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David Foster Wallace's Best Productivity Tricks

David Foster Wallace committed suicide in 2008 at the age of 46, but even with a short amount of time he was still one of the most productive and interesting writers of the 21st century. 1,626 more words

Noted

Take Note: Cloud vs. Paper

I feel it’s worth noting that historically, I have never been too keen on taking notes. Be it in a classroom setting, or a more personal space, I have typically relied on my frontal-lobe and the occasional post-it to keep my thoughts organized. 271 more words

Software

Evernote CEO Details His Company's Plans For A Wearable Future

There’s a conundrum facing software developers these days: Wearable tech is clearly an area of keen interest among consumers and industry watchers, but how to prepare for mass market adoption in this nascent space? 760 more words

TC

How I use Evernote at Home

Last time I talked about how I use Evernote for work.  I always enjoy an app that I can take anywhere and serves more than one purpose. 561 more words

Technology

5 Reasons Every Teacher Should Use Evernote

I used to have endless piles of educational resources around my office. Files full of hand outs from conventions, in-service training, workshops, and magazine articles. I used to keep stacks of educational and professional journals thinking I would some day need to reference those materials. 806 more words

Productivity

#E4W Using Evernote to Keep Track of Writing or Creative Submissions

This is a supplementary post to today’s #26Tech A-Z Submission and Sales Tracking Apps post.

This post falls under the #Evernote4Writers book to blog series. 494 more words

Writer's Tools