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The discovery metadata field

The internet would be a really interesting place if every article that was shared automatically had a “via link.” Ok, so the internet is already interesting. But what makes the internet such a great place is its connectivity. Everything is linked together. We can easily share a link to an article. So many links all […]

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My 11 essential Chrome menu bar icons

The Chrome menu bar can be a great location for shortcuts. I use my menu bar to get instant notifications of new emails and Linkedin messages. My menu bar also allows me to take the webpage I’m currently viewing and quick check it’s popularity, save an article, and annotate the page. However, your Chrome menu […]

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Why do I have 25,000 notes saved in Evernote?

Evernote is a fantastic service to save all sorts of things. Interesting articles, blog posts, to do items. I’m about to hit a milestone of 25,000 notes. How do I work with this large amount of notes? With notebooks! In Evernote, you put every note into a notebook. I have about 50 notebooks, which is […]

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The 39 most essential iPhone apps of the past five years

The apps that make your phone’s home screen have special honor. The

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11 Chrome extensions I use every day

Make your Chrome browser more flexible and powerful with these handy extensions. I use these eleven Chrome extensions every day. Evernote Web Clipper Save any webpage to Evernote. I use this for almost every single article I read online. Whenever I ask myself, “what was that article I read about XYZ?” I can search my […]

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Will Pinterest become the champion of saving online content?

With Pinterest changing its “Pin It” button to “Save” a few months ago, they are focusing on the saving aspect of content, instead of pinning it to a visual board. Pinning, saving. What’s the difference? Pinning something to a board implies short-term use. You have a project going on, and you want to gather information […]

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Evernote to search the contents of your items in storage

Evernote can hold so many things. Blog drafts, photos of notes, articles. It’s amazing archival service that is searchable. It even searches for text in your photos! Today I was looking for a blog draft about my notepad setup, I headed over to Evernote and searched for “notepad.” Certainly enough the notepad blog post came […]

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The next Google: personal search

Where did you post that thought? Did you save it in Evernote, or in Google Drive? Maybe it’s in your Dropbox. Perhaps it’s on your blog, or maybe you tweeted it. Hmmm. Where is it? Wouldn’t it be nice to have one site where you can search through everything you have? A unified search through: […]

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Six great ways to use Evernote

1) Blog drafts Ever have a great idea for a blog post? You don’t

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Is text in images indexable by Google?

Does Google indexes the text in images on webpages? We were all taught that text in images is bad for SEO, because Google can’t index the text. However, having an Evernote Pro account makes me think differently now. I upload all my screenshots to Evernote, because it can index the text in the image and […]