I suggest a two-pronged approach. There is just too much out there to trust your memory to get you back to that "perfect article" or piece of information. Between the two prongs, you should be able to quickly store almost anything for future use.
A reference manager: 4 serious contenders and several more that are possibilities
EverNote or OneNote.
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I find it works well and BoxEdit and BoxSync make use seamless.