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Business model, JotNot, new website, and more

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 17 Sep 2009

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 17 Sep 2009

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Podcast MP3 | iTunes | Audio feed | Length: 35mins

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  • Robert

    When will the iTunes version of the podcast be available?

  • Frank

    Hi.
    Does anyone knows how to “connect” Evernote to Chroma and/or Firefox?
    Thank for your help.
    Regards,
    Frank

  • Alexey

    I am very interested in the direction you plan to take with Windows Mobile. The current client seems very much like an afterthought, while in only a few months, WM users will have to decide, whether they want to switch to … a competing service.

    Best of luck.

  • Chris

    @Robert: Sorry for the inconvenience; this podcast went up right in the middle of a bit of a tech transition. It should be up now via embedded player, RSS or iTunes.

  • Acai

    Wen will be the itunes podcast version available…

  • Andrew

    Great Podcast, as usual! I’ve been using Phil’s screensaver idea since the last podcast, and I’ve been loving it!

    I’ve got to ask: it seemed to take a bit longer than usual to get this podcast out (over 2 weeks); did that have anything to do with the “future announcements”? :)

    Keep up the great work; looking forward to bigger note limits!

  • Steve Bryson

    Gents-
    You’ve probably already had this idea, but:

    I wanted to make sure I had every important biz card in my rolodex tucked away in Evernote. Rather than photographing each one individually, I laid as many as I could on my scanner, and scanned them. I did this 4 or 5 times, then I put all of the scanned photos in ONE Evernote. When I search for a name or company, it’s highlighted…and I don’t have hundreds of individual notes for business cards. Just an idea. :)

  • Roy Jacobsen

    Here’s a question for you: I’ve been considering picking up a Lightscribe Pulse Smartpen. Has anybody worked out how to integrate your Smartpen notes with Evernote? (Maybe this is really a no-brainer, but I haven’t seen anything on it.)

    Thanks!

  • Robert Aubin

    Will jotnot be available for the Palm Pre