A Little Brainstorming
I mentioned previously that Evernote looks for text inside images. This is more sophisticated than “You are here" obligatory photos of signs at Yosemite. It means that you can photo and then search for the content of blackboards, whiteboards, and business cards. With a little imagination, it’s hard coming up with things that Evernote can’t do.
Interested in the song on the radio? Record some of it and send the snippet to Evernote Web. At home, on your PC or Mac, start the free Tunatic program and play it using the stereo mix feature of your computer. Tunatic will then try to tell you what the name of the song is.
Better bookmarks? Why save a link when you can save the entire page and later search for it by keywords for content rather than the page name? This also works great for research projects. Rather than save a list of web pages related to your topic, just clip and save the relevant parts of each to a project folder.
Photo archive? If your digital camera syncs to your PC, select the photos that you want to save and put them in an Evernote folder.
And don't forget actual scrapbooking. If you have a flatbed scanner, you can use Evernote to organize and save your images and clippings.