I wonder, is there any special tool for internet-research, which allows to collect data from different sources, and then visualize and organize it somehow? Maybe some mixture of evernote and google sheets? Or maybe something completely different :)
- I've started using this app called NoteLedge back in high-school, and still use it today. It's actually pretty useful when it comes to clipping items (videos, images) from the web, customizing my notes however I want, and it's easy to stay organized as well. You can also work with PDFs - highlighting and annotation both. Tracing reference sources is also quite convinient when you're working with lots of different sources/texts and want to keep everything in one place.I love how this app looks and feels. I thought I'd use it just for notes, but now I'm using it for quite a few things actually.
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