It’s all been leading up to this! Collecting and organizing research is what most writers want to use Evernote for, and is also where the app can get overwhelming. But now that you know how to use it to capture handwritten or typed text, and now that you have strategies for organizing with notebooks and […]Listen Now "17: Evernote for Writers #4 – Using Evernote for Research"
Most writers use Evernote to collect research material, be it web information or data from books and journals. But having all your research in one place won’t help much if you can’t find the specific information you’re looking for because your Evernote is a tangled mess. That’s why I’m tackling organization first. In this episode […]Listen Now "16: Evernote for Writers #3 – Organizing Evernote"
Evernote is great for notes and research and making the writing life a bit more organized, but is it also a good place to get writing done? While the app can’t replace a full-fledged text editor, it does have some benefits as a place to get writing done while you’re away from your computer. Authors […]Listen Now "15: Evernote for Writers #2 – Writing in Evernote"
The first in our series on Evernote for Writers in which we dive deep into one feature at a time. Evernote is one of those apps that seems useful from the outside, but can sometimes feel overwhelming and overly complicated when you first try to use it. It’s easier to get past feeling overwhelmed if […]Listen Now "14: Evernote For Writers #1 – Page Camera"
Chromebooks have many attractive qualities: they’re usually inexpensive, seem simple and straight forward to use, are often thin and light, and have long battery life. They also need an Internet connection for 100% functionality and have limited software offerings. Are Chromebooks good laptops for writers? In this episode we dive deep into what they are […]Listen Now "13: Are Chromebooks Good for Writers?"