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So well said and so true. And ditto to what pchaney3185 says. This happens outside of social media too in the overall marketing world and I too have ranted about it here, if you're interested: http://tinyurl.com/yaywls8
Here's the short answer: There are 3 kinds of people who work (see the post for a definition of this) for free: Business partners and co-owners, Humanitarians and Volunteers, and Suckers (which included me in the past).
Good luck everyone . . . time=money!
Thanks, Connie! I love SnagIt too. Totally worth the investment. I'll have to check out Evernote by signing up. I had been window-shopping it and am motivated now that you've recommended it.