Q. I find myself printing articles off the computer because they’re easier to read and carry around. However, I can’t help feeling that I’m less “green” by doing this. Wasn’t the digital age supposed to make us paperless?
A. According to speed reading expert, Abby Marks Beale, not only are people on a guilt trip for not being "green," but they get frustrated trying to figure out what to do with the paper once they’ve printed it. File it? Recycle it?
One solution is to read the information on line and then file it using Evernote, a free program that lets you easily capture everything from ezine articles, web pages, blog posts, even Twitter messages, and file them away for quick access when you need them. Evernote even captures embedded links for future reference.