In response to Pinboard's third birthday, Stephen Hackett reflects on how important the service is to his online workflow. Evernote used to be my dumping ground for anything from website captures, sites with code examples, Final Fantasy VII walkthroughs, all the way to Pittsburgh Steelers 2-4-5 defense analysis. I am currently undergoing a long project of transferring the web captures that I still care about from Evernote to Pinboard.
Why? Because it makes sense. With the archival account, Pinboard keeps a cached copy of the website on their server which does the best job (compared to all the ones that I have compared it with) in retaining proper CSS structure. Sure, the information is what is key, but that's the kind of first-world problem I am willing to pay for.