TechBarber 99 Posted March 23, 2013 Share Posted March 23, 2013 I started a "technology" blog a while back, and I have a section dedicated to Evernote. Since the blog is geared more towards people who are newer to the tech world, I don't go too crazy with technical terms and concepts. One of the recurring themes on my site is trying to get people to give Evernote a spin. It's the type of application that's extremely useful, but for one reason or another people are slightly reluctant to try something new - even if it's free.My latest post (http://bit.ly/11monr2) actually attempts to convince people to give Evernote another shot. Anyway, since writing that post I had an idea about creating a public notebook. I researched it a bit last night on these boards and it seems like something that would be a pretty cool project to fire up and see where it goes. Here's what I'm thinking (Disclaimer: Please feel free to tell me I'm nuts or provide input on how this could be a better idea. The wheels for this little project have only started to turn in the past few days so where this thing goes is anyone's guess. It may turn out to be a cool idea, and it may not get any further than this post.) I'm thinking of setting up a public notebook and using it as a sample for the kinds of things you'd store in Evernote. People don't always get it when you try to explain, so I thought it would be cool to fill it with notes that epitomize just how useful EN can be. I'm presenting the idea here because I think what would make this "demo" notebook really cool, would be to open it up to some of Evernote's more enthusiastic users - the people on this forum. So what do you think, am I nuts? Would any of you be interested in contributing? In the beginning I would even like to open it up to some of the folks on this forum. Preferably those who have more than 6 posts and can be trusted with access to one of my notebooks =) If we got something really cool setup, the next time someone asks us about Evernote we could send them the public link and let the notebook do the talking. I could even see promoting it on Twitter, Facebook - whatever. Like I said, at this point it's just an idea. I'm completely open to hearing feedback or suggestions. Link to comment
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