September 3, 2015

OneNote vs. Evernote

Posted in stuff I think about tagged , at 10:28 am by weiszguy

I’m trying to decide if I like OneNote or Evernote better.
Evernote has the advantage of not being a Microsoft product.
OneNote has the advantage of being a Microsoft product.

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February 16, 2011

evernote in dropbox

Posted in stuff I think about, technology tagged , , at 8:37 pm by weiszguy

Would there be any benefit to putting your Evernote database in your Dropbox folder?

At first glance, maybe. If your Evernote database was in your Dropbox folder, then your Evernote database would be automatically synced across all your computing devices.

At second glance, no. Evernote itself is a syncing tool. Any device that you have Evernote installed on will automatically be synced with all your other computers. Thus, putting Evernote in Dropbox is an unnecessary redundancy.

At third glance, yes. The free version of Evernote imposes a 60 MB per month upload limit. This means you may have month left at the end of your uploads. To get around this, store your Evernote database in your Dropbox folder, and make your Evernote notebooks “local”. Local notebooks are not synced with Evernote, and don’t count against your upload limit, but since they’re in Dropbox, they’ll be synced with all your devices anyway.

December 27, 2007

EverNote

Posted in technology tagged , at 5:08 pm by weiszguy

EverNote is a shareware note-taking application.  If you act quickly, you can get a free copy of the portable version of this software.  GiveAwayOfTheDay is giving it away today only.  Check out http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/evernote-portable/ for more details

If you haven’t yet discovered the beauty of note-taking applications, now is a great time to start.