I did slightly mention this before.

In my quest to replace Keynote (wonderful software, not supported at all) I finally found a replacement for my notes. It’s searchable, backupable, syncs to the web, macs, windows AND my Ipod Touch (and therefore the Iphone) and best of all, it’s free.

That would be Evernote.

Each place has its own advantages – heaven for the climate, and hell for the society.Mark Twain





2 responses to “Evernote”

  1. Troy Malone Avatar

    Nice to see that you have discovered Evernote. I am addicted to it. If you need something to manage tasks and projects, check out http://www.pelotonics.com. We just finished an integration with Evernote. Now you can see your notes in Pelotonics AND assign them out as messages or tasks. Here’s some use cases in the Read Write Web write-up: http://tinyurl.com/68qm87

    Check it out and let me know what you think! Since you do web design, it should be a great fit.

  2. Michelle Avatar

    Hi Troy!

    While I like the premise of what you’re doing (and would use it if I had anything to do with meaningful collaboration) web design, in general doesn’t work so well with this.

    Unless I’m working for a design house (I don’t at the moment), web design consists of the web designer (me) and one or more completely uniformed individuals who have to be reminded that 1. the internet isn’t paper 2. You can’t do that and still have it compatible with all browsers 3. Blink is bad.

    So maybe one day (sigh). Since a lot of people I work with are technophobes teaching them to use another website would cause me an early death at least or possibly a long jail sentence.

    I will mention your site should I find anyone looking for project management and collaboration online.

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