One word: with Allah’s permission, then the internet availability.
Using ‘Evernote’, you can access your notes almost anywhere with almost any gadget which you currently hold.
What is ‘Evernote’? Follow here: http://evernote.com/evernote/
Simply, it is an Internet –or rather, cloud computing– service which enables you to store your notes into the Internet. So you can access, edit it, as long as you can log into your Evernote account. To get this one, you have to register it for free. *Alhamdulillah, it is still free now [1 January 2013/18 Shafar 1432].
If you are a Windows user, you could use official Evernote client which can be downloaded via its official website. Download, then install.
If you are a Linux users, you could use ‘Everpad’. Ubuntu-based linux users just have to run these in Terminal: ‘sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nvbn-rm/ppa‘ to add a repository to their system; ‘sudo apt-get update‘ to update the repositories; then ‘sudo apt-get install everpad‘ to install the Everpad.
When your hands are off of the PC or laptop, like when you are travelling, you could still also type an important note using your mobile phone. And Alhamdulillah!, even a
Symbian Nokia Belle phones got ‘Notekeeper’, a Qt-based Evernote client for the platform. So when you are back to the PC again, then log into your Evernote note account and open your notes, the note you had taken before insyaAllah will be there –after synced.
Note: Notekeeper is a commercial app that costs Rp 10.000,00 on Nokia Store Indonesia.
With those applications, for different kind of platform, now you can interconnect your personal notes with ease. Alhamdulillah!