Tonight while Mark and Andrew watched a turkey hunting video, I created our account and first hive record on a free software program called Hive Tracks. I found out about it through Linda's blog. As one commenter noted, since it's a free service, you're at the mercy of their servers, business plans, and effort. However, the answer to that is to maintain a traditional notebook, save the yard reports each time you make updates to your records, and print reports periodically to add to your notebook as a summary.
As experienced beekeepers, the creators of Hive Tracks have all kinds of details and features that help you keep track of your queen (age, color if marked, type/breed), your hive components, and your harvest. I'm excited that I'll be able to rely on something besides notes I scrawl in the notebook while suited up and photographs. Now it's just a matter of taking the time to sit down and enter in all of the data!
Here is what a screen looks like, with the basic info. on Hive 4.