I create a lot of content. With the understanding that during this time period I also wrote various articles and posts in Word and the test solutions mentioned above, in exactly one month of Evernote usage, I created 50 blog posts, 6 UPDATE editorials (one for next week), 27 SuperSite articles, one print magazine article, and 38 news stories. I also tooks notes for four meetings and collected a ton of notes from various Microsoft blog posts. And since I'll always have an Evernote mobile app on my devices, I've begun collecting notes that will be useful on the go, including one for my frequent flyer/rewards programs information.
These days, most writers are writing MORE.
How do you keep track of it all? Like Paul Thurrott, I keep most of my writing in Evernote, in the cloud. I can access and work on a blog post or an article anywhere. I can also rapidly scan through to see what I wrote last week, last month, or a couple of years ago.
For longer projects, I use Scrivener. Rvery few days, I compile each Scrivener project into an RTF file and add it to Evernote. Not only does this make me feel more secure (backups ALWAYS fail, sooner or later, don't ask), it also means that I can read and make notes on anything in Scrivener when I'm out of the office.
How do you keep track of your writing?