Philadelphia Area Computer Society meeting
September 21, 2013
Mark Bazrod presents
"Evernote - All Your Information On All Your Devices"
Evernote is a cloud-based app which works on desktops and laptops computers (PCs and Macs), tablets, and smartphones. Enter information (text, images, PDFs,and web pages) on one device and have it available on all devices. For those of us who have more than one device, this is the opportunity to access needed information whenever and wherever we need it. There is a free version, which is satisfactory for most people, and a premium version - $5 a month or $45 per year. The free version requires you to be able to access the Evernote database through the Internet while the premium version, among other things, allows you to store the files on all your computing devices. The free version permits you to upload 60 MB per month. The premium version permits you to upload 1 GB per month. There is virtually no limit on either version on the total amount of information which may be stored through Evernote.
Evernote enables you to use tags (similar to keywords) rather than require a hierarchy of folders, although I will discuss an Evernote concept called notebooks which is similar to folders.
Mark serves on the board of PACS and is a member of the Macs@PACS SIG and several other Apple user groups, including being President and Newsletter Editor of Main Line Macintosh Users Group. In 1956 he took two computer science graduate courses at Penn's Moore School of Electrical Engineering. He started using an Apple II and Macs in 1978, but for 20 or so years used a PC in the office and the Macintosh at home. He returned to the Mac in the early 2000s. He leased computers in the US and Europe for many years and for the last 20 years has specialized in financing or leasing computer software.
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