G’day Episode

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 30 Sep 2011

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 30 Sep 2011

In this episode, we talk about Skitch (our first acquisition) and interview the founders, recap the Trunk Conference, run through recent updates, and more!

Audio feed | Length: 64mins

Podcast #30 topics

From the Evernote Trunk Conference

See all the videos on the ETC site »

Call me!

We’ve set up a voicemail box just for you. Call us and tell us how you use Evernote-–don’t forget to tell us your name and where you’re from. We’ll choose the best ones and play them in our podcast. Call +1 (347) 497-3572 and leave a message.

Any questions?

Have a question you’d like us to cover in a future podcast? Leave it in the comments section or send a tweet with the hashtag #EvernotePodcast.


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  • Dave

    Many moons ago you guys mentioned that notes would get due dates, is that still in the works?

  • Robert Oschler

    “The BS answer” is being taken off the table.

    That’s why I love it when Guy Kawasaki talks. 🙂

    Wonderful session with great questions and speakers. Thank you.

  • Robert Oschler

    Good thing I looked at the top of the page and found the podcast. I thought at first it was just the video.

    Loved the TouchANote VCR use case. Made me care about NFC for the first time too. For those that are wondering about the relationship between NFC and RFID (tags), this link explains it. NFC is a subset or RFID that is specifically constrained to short range communications:



    200 Mbps home internet connection? Color me green with envy!

  • Jamie

    Got to admire your chutzpah at talking about the iOS rich text functionality as if there aren’t major issues that are causing users to abandon your application. Take a look in your own user forum.

    Also, can Sinkov borrow a dictionary? Including ‘awesome’ in every sentence is incredibly dull and makes him sound so very ignorant.

    • Andrew Sinkov

      Thanks for the feedback. Evernote for iOS took a huge step forward in its iOS support after the last update. We still have work to do, and there are a number of updates on the way.

      I had no idea I used “awesome” that much. I tend to get excited about the stuff we do. I’ll borrow someone’s thesaurus.

      • Jamie

        Credit to you for replying to my somewhat cheeky post, probably more than I deserved.

        The iOS app is pretty much broken at the moment, public feedback (the forum) is overwhelmingly negative – I think it may be more useful to give a public timeline as to when you hope to resolve the major issues like double spacing ahead of focusing on any new functionality.

        Actually, I did you a disservice – it’s Phil that uses awesome in every sentence. You use ‘super’ in every sentence, which in it’s own way is super-awesome.

  • Chaos Fleabag

    I hope you realise that one of the things that keeps be sane and happy in my work environment is the Evernote podcast! It takes the edge of all the screaming, shouting, crying and whimpering that goes on around here!

    And that’s just when it’s only me around!

    I think it’s about time we have ourselves a little podcast 31, non? What do you think Mr Sinkov?

    Note: I raised my eyebrow for dramatic effect at the end of the last sentence!