If I was in charge at Merriam-Webster…
evernote, verb, e-vər-nōt
e•ver•note, e•ver•not•ing, e•ver•not•ed
1: the act of storing information from the Internet to a software program named Evernote : photocopy (ancient)
I will evernote this Huffington Post environmental article written by Robert Redford. I don’t have time to read it now, but I will save it with the gigs of other Huffington Post articles I’ve evernoted and never opened.
3: to save information and then retrieve in the future to ingratiate oneself with others : brownnose
Oooo, I have to evernote the “Charlie Bit My Finger” video, then Tweet to clients so they see that I have mastered the show-’em-you-work-like-a-dog-but-you’re-actually-a-human-being-not-a-bot-Twitter-content mix.
evernotable, adj., e-vər-nōt-ə-bəl
1: information that is worthy of storing
I’ve found an awesome new Web site called lettersofnote.com; it’s definitely evernotable.