There are a handful of useful apps that help you collect all of your digital clippings in one place.
Evernote is a popular service that lets you organize online articles, documents, PDF files, photos, and even scanned, handwritten notes, all in one place.
Add tags to these pages so you can easily search them in the future.
Clipix is a similar free app for iPhone that also lets you organize your digital discoveries into bulletin boards.
You can keep them private or share them with friends and coworkers.
Timeful is another great free app for iPhone users that helps people make the most of their time.
Say you're trying to fit in a few minutes of exercise every day, or want to spend ten minutes of every day cleaning out your email inbox.
Timeful will get a sense fo your habits and productivity and make suggestions for when you can squeeze in a desired activity.
Android users will benefit from the free app called 20, as in stand up every 20 minutes.
Once you start your workday, activate the app.
Your phone will vibrate every 20 minutes, reminding you to stand up.
In San Francisco I'm Cara Tsuboi, CNet.com for CBS News.
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