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  1. So I wanted to get my Kindle Highlights and Notes (hereafter KNote) into Evernote. However, I wanted each Kindle Highlight (plus its KNote, if present) in a separate Evernote Note (hereafter ENote) so I was unhappy with the existing solutions like ClippingsConverter and a web capture at kindle.amazon.com. I did some digging/research and found a free Kindle Clippings application (Klippings, not to be confused with Klippings Kollector) that could be easily modified to achieve the desired outcome. This process is not fully automated (it creates an ENEX file that you must import into Evernotes), but it's pretty darn close. After resolving several issues for users, a release version is available at: http://daleyklipping...y.com/download/ How it Works As you may be aware, Kindle (Touch in my case) places highlights in a "My Clippings.txt" file using a format something like: ==========<Title> (<Author>)- Your <"Highlight" or "Note" or "Bookmark"> on Page <Page> | Location <Location> | Added on <Date><Text of Highlight or KNote>========== In sime cases, adjacent KNotes and Highlights are related. When possible, we automatically associate the KNote with the Highlight. This leads to thre scanrios: (1) Highlight alone, (2) Higlight with KNote, and (3) Knote alone (rare but possible). In all three cases, I create an ENote in Evernote and:Set the author to <Author> (if available)Add a tag for <Author> (special logic used to remove commas and enforce 100 char length)Add a tag for <Title> (special logic used to remove commas and enforce 100 char length)Set the created date to <Date>Add the tag "KindleClipping" (not critical, but the best way to indicate a source for the ENote)Add the tag "ConvertedByDaleyKilppings" (not critical, should help you remember the program if you ever need to)For a Highlight WITHOUT a KNote: I title the ENote "Highlight from Location <Location> of <Title>"The ENote is set to: Source: <Title>Author(s): <Author>Page(s): <Page>Location: <Location><Text of Highlight>For a KNote WITHOUT a Highlight: I title the ENote "Note from Location <Location> of <Title>"The ENote is set to: Source: <Title>Author(s): <Author>Page(s): <Page>Location: <Location><Text of KNote>For a KNote WITH a Highlight: I title the ENote "Note from Location <Location> of <Title>"The ENote is set to: Source: <Title>Author(s): <Author>Page(s): <Page>Location: <Location><Text of KNote>REGARDING HIGHLIGHT=========<Text of Highlight>=========END HIGHLIGHTThe program permits heavy customization of the output so you can make changes to these formats in the Export Settings tab.
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