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7. Capture Web Clips With Google Notebook
You've got two dozen browser tabs open again, and this time, bookmarking them all just won't cut it. It's time to try Google Notebook.
One of Google's lesser-known products, Notebook is an indispensable tool for Web researchers. Save sections of Web pages to your Google Notebook and annotate them with your own notes and comments. Organize your clippings into multiple notebooks
8. Organize Your Itinerary With TripIt
Instead of letting your flight, hotel, and car reservation e-mail confirmations languish in the depths of your inbox, forward them, before you travel, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Tripit travel organizer will parse the messages and pull together a master trip itinerary onto one Web page that includes maps, a weather forecast, directions, and city guides for your destination--you know, all the stuff you'd look up by hand anyway. Plus, you can add notes to your TripIt itinerary, and share it with friends or colleagues to view, collaborate, and comment on.
9. Turn Gmail Into a Personal Information Database With GTDInbox
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