One of the tools I've been using for a while now is Evernote, it's a note taking, information capturing, cloud based... trusted system. I use it daily to sort through various tasks, notes and ideas. However, I use it in a different way than most.
There's an interesting article recently published by VMware's Technical Marketing team around using VXLAN with vSphere. Typically most information around VXLAN that I have seen is geared towards integration with vCloud Director to stretch organisation and DC networks over multiple segments. This article however specifically deals with just the vSphere potion.
So for those of you that want to delve into VXLAN with a more traditional vSphere environment but without the added complexity of vCloud, I recommend you check it out: