Podcast

The Body Episode

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 27 Dec 2010

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 27 Dec 2010

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In this podcast, we talk about our recent, huge updates to Evernote for Mac and Windows, the new Sponsored Accounts option, the LeWeb conference, holiday gifts, we chat with Tim Ferriss, and more!

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Podcast MP3 | iTunes | Audio feed | Length: 56mins

Podcast #24 topics

  • Big updates to Evernote for Mac: Stacks and Sharing [blog post]
  • Get Evernote Premium for everyone on your team with Sponsored Accounts [blog post]
  • How a school in New Jersey has deployed Evernote
  • The awesome Le Web conference
  • Holiday gifts: higher monthly allowances and give the gift of Evernote Premium [blog post]
  • Our interview with Tim Ferriss about his new book, The 4-Hour Body

Phil’s LeWeb talk

Evernote school deployment

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18 Comments RSS

  • Mark Vanderberg

    episode 23 and 24 are the exact same audio.

    • Andrew Sinkov

      Sorry about that. The feed is now fixed.

      • Fred Laxton

        I had to delete the podcast subscription and all episodes and resubscribe in iTunes, before it got the correct episode… Wasted 43 minutes listening to the wrong episode, when I was waiting to hear Tim Ferris.

        • Andrew Sinkov

          Sorry about that, Fred.

  • Robt. Miller

    That rap song would be great in an Evernote commercial!

  • Emerson Browne

    It would be great if you could post the slides that go with Phil’s talk.

    Phil, thanks! You are so right with everything you said. We pay because we love what you all do – not out of any fear that you are going to go away. Keep up the great work!

    Emerson

  • Jen

    At some point the new update for the iPhone will be released and I’ll scare my family screaming with joy. And yes, I fully accept my dorkness for the little joys in life. ;)

  • Al

    Unfortunately I cannot download the MP3-file nor is the podcast playing over the little flash movie on top (it says “File not found”).

    Where can I get the podcast elsewhere?

    • Andrew Sinkov

      The file is definitely there. Try reloading the page.

  • Mile

    How abOut video of students using Evernote, I still don’t see it.

  • Cliff Spicer

    Can’t tell you how much I appreciate and enjoy the podcast. Not only can I learn about the updates when I am commuting but hearing the chemistry between you three just can’t come across in a blog post. I am glad podcasting is alive and well and that you are still at it 24 episodes later.

    All the best,

    Cliff

    “What is Evernote Fur?” LOL!

  • Chris Codish

    Hey, I really enjoyed the podcast and learning about the new features (as well some LOL moments.)

    I use Evernote all the time and find it’s an invaluable resource which I refer to throughout the day.

    Thanks for a great piece of software, I hope you guys are enjoying your success. Level 23 indeed!

  • Rodrigo Avila

    Guys, the iTunes link isn’t work, at least on my iPad. :-/

  • Pierre

    If you want more Phil Libin, here is a link to an audio interview I did with Phil at Leweb:
    http://lepcc.blogspot.com/2010/12/pcc-volume-258-evernote-special-edition.html

    Enjoy,

    Pierre.

  • Lois

    Hardly any sound. Pity, it looked like a good interview.

  • Judy Baker

    I don’t understand how to create a stack in Evernote. Can you explain how to do this?

    Thank you.

  • Rusty

    First time to listen to a podcast and I managed to listen for about 1:30 until I tired of the mindless chatter (who cares about your theme music?). Why don’t you just stick to useful information?

  • Eugene

    Can you tag portions of the podcast (in time descriptions), so we can fast forward to the parts we want?

    For example, I want to hear the interview with Tim Ferriss, but don’t necessarily want to sit through a description about stacks.