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Thomas Cackler

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  1. Dix-huit - I appreciate where you are coming from. And had it not been for the fact that the Google Developers mentioned Evernote in their presentation, I would likewise remain skeptical. I also use a Bible study software called Logos and they say they are "looking into this". I don't have high hopes for them. But for Evernote, they actually showed it in the presentation where Google announced the change. I would wager it's not a matter of if, but when. All that said, right now, momentum is about all that is keeping me with Evernote. I could fairly easily roll my own service using Google Docs and Keep. Honestly, the fact that Pocket doesn't share nicely with GDocs but does with Evernote for long term storage of those articles I want to keep is a big factor in me sticking with EN for now.
  2. Before anyone gets too negative on this, Evernote was prominently featured in the Google Developers conference when they made the announcement. Something is coming, if you are content to wait, but if you need Evernote access offline now, a Chromebook is probably not your best option - says the Chromebook fanboy.
  3. According to the news today, it looks like the wait on this is over. I, for one, am thrilled because it means that I can totally forget about Windows now! http://blog.evernote.com/blog/2014/06/26/excited-google-io/
  4. I just picked up a Chromebook as an ultra portable laptop. Beats a tablet and a keyboard for sure. Count me in for someone who would like an offline app to sync certain notebooks too (ala the Android app). This is literally the only thing I don't have for my Chromebook that I truly miss from my Windows 7 laptop.
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