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Back in January, in a column about tech tools to use for live events. I mentioned Evernote and said that I could write a whole column about it. This is that column. If you find yourself wanting to share documents, Web pages, photos, etc., with anyone, try Evernote. I've been using it pretty heavily for the past year, and putting it through its paces. What is Evernote? Evernote is an ecosystem of software that runs on a Mac or PC desktop, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and even the Palm Pre/Palm Pixi platforms. There's also a Web-based version of Evernote that you can get to from your browser. You'll be hard pressed to find this level of device-agnosticism anywhere. There's a free version that's very well-featured and a premium version for about $50 per year. The usual advice for this sort of thing applies: try it for free and if you use it a lot pony up the $50. Documents in the cloud and on your desktop There are two primary, basic fun...