Monthly Archives February 2014

Going Paperless: Using the Drafts App to Quickly Add Common Notes to Evernote | Jamie Todd Rubin

Jamie Rubin blogs regularly about “Going Paperless” and about Evernote (he’s an Evernote Ambassador). He recently blogged about using the smartphone app Drafts. I had installed Drafts but not really used it. Reading Jamie’s blog got me started by pointing out the advantage of using Drafts: automation – you can set up Drafts so that […]

The Ghost Ship, Crewed by Cannibal Rats

From the “Woah!” department: A ghost ship carrying nothing but disease-ridden rats could be about to make land on Britain’s shore, experts have warned. The Lyubov Orlova cruise liner has been drifting across the north Atlantic for the better part of a year, and salvage hunters say there is a strong chance it is heading […]

Evernote Descriptive Search | DocumentSnap Paperless Blog

Evernote has added Descriptive Search, a new way to search using natural language instead of difficult-to-remember search syntax. So far, just for the Mac, but I’m sure the Windows version won’t be far behind. From Brooks Dundan’s excellent blog: For example, one of the biggest wins is how easy it is to find notes that […]