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  1. Hi. I just finished ROFLMAO after reading a new Evernote email received about an hour ago. Apparently we are celebrating "Perfect Clips, More Control, Your favourite websites", since we are now able to get more and better detail from LinkedIn, NYT Cooking, Amazon and YouTube. So I clicked YouTube to test this out (with my current clipper, since there's no mention I need to get upgraded). I clicked into a Rick Astley performance. Which as you may remember, is not something you want to do unexpectedly, though I do hold Mr Astley in the highest respect as a consummate performer. I didn't try that option any further. Then I tried LinkedIn. And got sent to the new Evernote guy Chris O'Neill. I hope Chris is looking to increase his connections, because I've sent him a request - with a headsup that he might be getting a few more... I'll let you know if I get a response. I've not tried the others - I can only assume that someone in the marketing department is leaving, and thought this would be a good parting gift. AFAIK we're not missing added functionality for the clipper guys! There are some 'features' that could do with tidying up, and I'd really like the Outlook clipper to go back to multiple selections. But given that you're just entering into a period of concentrating on core issues, flaunting new bells and whistles is not a good choice! <Sigh>
  2. Two articles here re new CEO making changes. http://venturebeat.com/2015/09/29/evernote-lays-off-47-people-and-closes-3-offices-in-effort-to-build-a-more-focused-team/ and http://www.theverge.com/2015/9/29/9420031/evernote-layoffs-office-closures Most interesting to me is this quote from the second article: He intends to hone the company's focus on "notes, sync, and search." That'll be noticeable within the next few months, he says, as Evernote rolls out "major foundational product improvements" while it pulls away from failing services.
  3. Just read an article from the online Wall Street Journal. Here's an excerpt that I found interesting: WSJ: How do you entice people to pay for Evernote? Mr. Libin: We have a free version which is meant to be really great and full-featured, and the more people use it, the more they fall in love and want to pay for a professional version. I must say, Phil is being consistent with Evernote's vision here - love it or hate it. Good to know that I've got my hands on a professional version
  4. Do You Find Evernote to be a Polished Writing Tool? Evernote CEO Phil Libin was quoted today at the annual Evernote Conference as saying the following. From Evernote Unveils Evernote Context by TechCrunch: I guess this really caught me by surprise since I've seen nothing but complaints about the Evernote text editor. And, the response has often been that if you want a writing tool, or a word processing tool, then go somewhere else. The Evernote Editor seems OK for most note taking, but it doesn't even offer the basics of what one would need for writing and formatting serious documents, articles, etc.. I certainly wouldn't call it "polished". Far from it. Seems like if “Evernote wants to be the best place for writing”, it has a long ways to go. What's your opinion of Evernote as a writing tool? Please indicate the EN Client you use. I use EN Mac.
  5. I recall the blog post by Phil back in Jan where it stated that the stability issue and the overall quality was going to be improved. He also said it would focus on simplicity. How much has changed since then? Personally, I dont see much of a diff...
  6. "Apps as a concept don't make a whole lot of sense anymore" So saith Phil Libin, Evernote CEO, at a meeting of the "f.ounders", an annual private gathering of tech company leaders held at the NASDAQ Stock Market in New York Thursday, according to a CNN Money report. He also pronounced that the phrase "the Internet of Things" is "the worst and most obnoxious name ever." Clearly I'm not in Mr. Lilbin's league, but I think he is dead wrong, on both counts. Perhaps he is so brillilant and so far ahead of his time that I just can't get it, but I think we, the worldwide computing user community, will be referring to "Apps" for many years to come. Apps An "App" is simply a convient term to refer to a focused collection of functions and/or services that we might need to use at any moment in time. Even with this categorization of computing, it is still sometimes overwhelming to find the "App" I need on my iPhone/iPad, or even on my Mac. If the notion of "Apps" is done away with, how would we quickly and easily find/select what we want to do? I think when Apple came up with "there's an app for that", they were clearly on the right track. The Internet of Things I have no idea why Mr. Libin would have such strong objection to this name/title. He doesn't disagree with what it means, he just doesn't like the name. A rose by any other name ... Well, I kinda like it. Maybe he would like the version coined by Ciso, or at least adopted by and made popular by Cisco: Internet of Everything. I see it referred to a lot in the technology press/news/discussions. The Final Zinger! And then he combines his thoughts together in a strange way. "The Internet of Things will be so huge, Libin said, that it will eventually make apps obsolete (yes, even Evernote)." Well, Mr. Libin has said many times that Evernote is a 100-year company. Perhaps he is speaking of a time near then end of this 100 years. Who knows?
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