4 recent entries
- by DocumentsSnap’s Brooks Duncan: Microsoft SyncToy can Automatically Can Automatically Copy or Backup your Documents (with video)
- by Dan Gold on 5 Step Plan to Better Document Tagging
- by The Elephant Channel on an Evernote powered Moleskine test, a look at the new Moleskine notebook that’s readable by Evernote. (Free bonus: you can practice your French by trying to read Pierre’s handwritten notes.) Pierre’s conclusions:
- “If you are Evernote AND Moleskine fan, you HAVE to get an Evernote powered Moleskine
- If you are only an Evernote users without already using a Moleskine or another paper notebook, you don’t need this as the added smart features are not that worth it alone in my humble opinion.
- If you want to introduce Evernote to someone around you, this could be the perfect Christmas gift”
- by Bridging the Nerd Gap on why he hasn’t been updating his blog recently (shocking revelation: he’s been busy! Bitten off more than he can chew. Never heard of that before, eh?)
- (Commercial plug starts here.) Brooks Duncan is the man to go to to learn about going paperless. I highly recommend his Paperless Document Organization Guides which start at $47, but before you buy, do try his FREE 7-part email course on going paperless (sign up for it on his homepage).
- Dan Gold has written an inspiring $5 eBook (over 13,000 copies sold in 12 months) which shows you how to use Evernote for Getting Things Done (aka GTD, the productivity system devised by David Allen) – Evernote: the Unofficial Guide to Capturing Everything and Getting Things Done. And another one for Springpad. Check out his blog.
- Bridging the Nerd Gap’s Brett Kelly has written the (imho) definitive guide to Evernote – Evernote Essentials, an eBook ($29). 12,000 downloads and counting. Subscribe to his blog.
- Pierre maintains the Elephant Channel blog – tips on using Evernote. Pierre records his blog entries in audio, too, for the people who prefer to listen on the go.
I recommend the following guides: Brett Kelly's "Evernote Essentials", Dan Gold's $5 guides to Getting Everything Done with Evernote and Springpad, and DocumentSnap Solutions' Paperless Document Organization Guides. Be sure to try DocumentSnap's free email course on going paperless first before buying his products. Sign up for it on his homepage.
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