Evernote is a service that lets you send photos and select text and images then upload them to a central location. Then you’re free to search the items—photos of business cards, for example—in order to “remember” them. Now, couple Evernote with an Eye-Fi card and then you may have something.
The new partnership between Evernote and Eye-Fi started yesterday, meaning that you can take proper photos (with an SLR, I hope) of whatever—a funny ad on the street, a sale price sign on some out-of-the-way store, and so on—then send them off to your Evernote account. Why use your brain to remember things when you can rely on proprietary technology!
It seems like a long overdue step for the Evernote folks.