Evernote 5.0 is now live and being pushed through the App Store.
Go get it!
Evernote 5.0 Premium Feature on iPad
The Evernote Premium features look really sexy in the new 5.0 version for iPad.
Evernote 5 for iOS is coming soon!
The Evernote team provided us with an early look of what’s to be expected in Evernote 5 on iOS.
We have some exciting news. Evernote’s team of developers and designers have spent months rethinking our app to make it as fast, uncluttered, and easy to use as possible. The result is the all new Evernote 5 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It’s a beautiful, re-imagined experience that puts everything you need no more than two taps away.
I really love the way greater focus is given to the new note and photo capture buttons. The ‘notebook’, ‘tag’, and ‘places’ sections are now tabbed below the new note buttons with a cool new folder style user interface. And the fact that notes, notebooks, and notestacks are now distinguishable is a great boost in usability.
Music keeps me working. It’s as if I do more work when music is playing in my ear. Using Pandora One for Productivity doesn’t sound like a bad idea.
I finally end a “never-ending” conference call, and the appropriate “f*ck that b*atch” song comes on and I’m back in the swing of it all cursing and designing.
I usually have the Pandora website playing in the background because I like being able to select an artist and having them create a playlist based on who I chose. They’ll play my favorite songs, but they’ll also throw in some new ones that I usually like as well. If I like the new songs, I’ll open up Google and download the song to add to my iTunes to throw into my daily run or workout.
Today, I thought about simply purchasing Pandora One so that I can take advantage of some of the features that they’ve listed.
Now, I’m a designer, so you know when I saw ‘Custom Skins’ my thought was, “Suh-weeet! Maybe it’s like FireFox and WinAmp! Maybe they’ll have a Community where I can create and share my own Skin!” But I don’t think Pandora does that yet. If someone in development hasn’t come up with that idea yet, they need a new development team. My ideas are available for hire…kinda.
I think I might purchase it today and see how it is. I’ll let you know.
If you have it, let ME know what YOU think.
Last year was an interesting year for me. I learned a lot about my health and myself. I learned about the things I do like, as well as the things that I don’t like; whether it was about myself or the people around me.
I’m not setting a New Years Resolution. It never works for me. I end up selecting either one bad thing or creating a list of things that I won’t do, instead of things that I will do. The list of “wonts” just never works for me.
So, I’m doing things a little differently this year. I’m setting some goals that I’d like to meet this year. And then I’m going to make the strides to reach them. I’m creating my list of goals in my 43 Things (http://43things.com) account. And I’ll be checking in each week to either check a goal off, add a goal, or remind myself of the goals I’ve set.
I like 43 Things because I can check the list from the web or from my BlackBerry and iPhone. I can even modify that list on the go. I’m even able to write notes on each goal and receive comments and cheers from friends on Facebook. My notes will be the steps I’ve taken as I’ve taken them. I can even edit a progress slider to indicate how far I’ve gotten in reaching each goal. 43 Things makes goal setting much easier.
My goals will be short term goals that I can reach; goals that I can see and almost touch. Ya see, it’s easy for me to set the goals and get things in motion, but I have a hard time with the follow through. The largest goal that I have set by far is to follow through on the goals that I set in motion.
This year will be better.
I’ve got a primer now.