If you are a FlipBoard user (and if not, why not! ? ) you’ll know that it’s a great app for getting you the news and articles you want in a nice flip-to-turn-the-page design.
A handy new feature they added recently gives users the option of creating their own magazine on topics that matter to them, and then sharing it with the world.
So, without further ado, it gives me great pleasure to since the latest magazine to hit FlipBoard’s shelves:
Chris Neal’s Personal Technology Digest
Every day it will be beefing up the pages with news and stories from around the tech world. No more taking through repetitive tech blogs! Let me do the digging for you do you get straight to the juicy white mat.
Just click the link on your mobile device to add my new magazine to your virtual rack.
Ah, Evernote… I couldn’t live without it.
Yet there are those for whom the cross-platform, remember-everything app just doesn’t work. Here’s an article by a guy who just can’t get on with it.
I’ve been using Evernote for about four years now, and I admit that in the early months I too struggled to ‘get’ how it was going to help me. For those who don’t know it Evernote is a note taking application. I won’t bore you with details but essentially you can jot down anything, add links, screenshots, photos, create multiple notebooks, share notebooks with others, have all your information backed up to the cloud and access it on pretty much any device.
Having pushed through the ‘I don’t get it’ barrier I now rely on Evernote completely. I don’t have a very organised method, but I am finding that I’m getting more forgetful as I get older and therefore to have everything that’s important to me stored in a single place that I can search easily is extremely useful.
If you haven’t done so already, give Evernote a try.