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We’re Back!

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 09 Oct 2012

Posted by Andrew Sinkov on 09 Oct 2012

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In this episode, we talk about all the stuff that’s happened since our last podcast: ETC 2012, Moleskine partnership, Evernote Business, big architecture updates, and lots more.

Audio feed | Length: 52mins

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Here’s Gabe’s icon design talk from last year’s ETC

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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.

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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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14 Comments RSS

  • Andrew Warner

    Yey! I missed you guys. Keep podcasting.

  • jbenson2

    Glad you’re back. I missed the banter and enthusiasm.
    6 months is a long wait for the release.

  • AndyB

    Phew! I thought you guys had given up!! One of my favourite podcasts!

  • Matthew Packer

    So glad to see the podcast is back. Was wondering of you had abandoned it! Happy to hear about Evernote business and sox. You need a new podcast icon though. And in the absence of the podcast the feed has been messed up. I needed to stream this episode with safari rather than use the XML link to pocketcasts.

  • Vance McAlister

    Awesome as always! I expect you guys will get some corrections of the pronunciation of “Moleskine”, but they have made clear that there is no single correct way to say it. I was curious to know how THEY pronounce it when you dealt with them.

  • Mark Clark

    Isn’t Moleskine an Italian company? If so, Their name is pronounced… Mahl-a-skeen-ah, not Mole skin.

  • Vance McAlister

    I agree, Mark Clark, and they have a video on their website of people saying the name (after pointing out that you can say it however you like) and they are all saying “molay skeenay”. I suppose that the only way that is really NOT right is “Mole Skin”. When my son heard the podcast he said, in a TV announcer voice, “no moles were harmed in the making of this notebook”. :0)

  • Nicola

    Welcome back! :-)

    Your story about the logo got me interested, so after a quick search, I found the following (has the same video as your blog post + graphics):
    http://imjustcreative.com/the-evernote-logo-icon-brand-identity-process/2011/11/06/

    But I couldn’t find anything about the older ‘rolling toilet paper’ logo… until I hit the Evernote Wikipedia page, and found a link to this article, from way back in 2005:
    http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1922045,00.asp

    Specifically, the screenshot:
    http://www.pcmag.com/image_popup/0,1871,s=1739&iid=113751,00.asp

    Rolling toilet paper indeed!

    Good call with the elephant logo :-)

    Come to think of it, I think I actually tried that old version of Evernote… somehow I didn’t find it that useful back then. I guess since Evernote has become more ubiquitous, I find it much more useful.

  • Brian Meagher

    Yay! Glad you guys are back. I love Evernote and love the podcast.

  • Ryan McMurray

    I think checklists could use some work. It would be nice to reorganise items on a list quickly, drag and drop maybe? Other than that, it would be nice if you could sort out the Return button. Often when I hit Return on iOS in an existing list, a double line space is added above and below. Very frustrating.

    • Kasey Fleisher Hickey

      Thanks for the feedback.

  • Podcastcoach

    I would love to speak with any of you on what benefits you are seeing from doing a podcast. schoolofpodcasting.com/contact

  • Podcastcoach

    Just an FYI there are no episodes in iTunes for your podcast, and there is no way to download your podcast. Please see http://youtu.be/IdlMvzYfevE

  • JSniderman

    Any idea when we’ll be able to use the web sign-in to edit notes created in the android version of Evernote Hello? I want to update/add all kinds of new info to my profile as well. Thanks for an approximate timeframe of when this feature will be happening. — Jan