I tried to clip the following web page (entire page) using the Evernote extension for Chrome (11.0.696.25 beta) and had the clipping window show me the error "Bad Data Format" in red at the bottom. (see image below.) http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/9/ ... plete.html I was able to clip the main body/images on the page after selecting them (rather than using "entire page" clipping.) So there seems to be something with the entire page that's keeping the clipper from clipping the page. (I do run NotScript, so scripting was off for the designboom.com and tailsweep.com domains, although I'm not sure why that would cause the problem.) This isn't a major problem, but it's the first time I've encountered it and I thought you (Evernote) would like to know. Cheers.
I'd like to second the usefulness of an expiration date (notes that automatically expire). I also keep notes with time sensitive dates (e.g. itineraries) - after a certain date, they aren't really needed. I could see having an attribute of "expired" (similar to having a 'completed todos'), but where that attribute is based upon an expiration date that I can add when I create the note. Most of the time, I would simply have the saved search of "not expired / no expiration date" so I don't have to wade through any of the no-longer relevant notes. However, I wouldn't want them deleted though. Everything stays in my ExtBrain unless I explicitly tell it to go away.