I find inspiring maps and/or brief, 1-line design tips (i.e. "when satellite image is used as a basemap, I like to desaturate the tarnation out of it" that I may want to consider later using in a project or as inspiration as a design for a future map, from a variety of sources (blogs, tweets, forums, here) during my daily internet browsing and online interaction.
I'm curious to hear how each of you, especially cartographers and others specializing in map design store all of this information ?
Right now, I store these bits of information across the sources that I find it on: favorited tweets, bookmarks in my browser (do you use tags ?), pinboard, favorited gis.se questions, and a text file (with the tidbit of information and the URL of where I found it).
I occasionally notice that I ended up bookmarking it in a different place, or not knowing that I had that information already saved somewhere until after I needed it.
Where do you find it efficient to store these tips ? Do you only look at these saved tips when you're looking for something specific or is it beneficial to occasionally review them without a specific goal in mind ?