One of Evernote’s biggest usergroup is college students. While day-to-day use of the service is being done in great amounts everywhere, one of the less talked-about uses is for college.
Evernote’s student ambassador, Megan Cotter, has already come up with a few tips for using Evernote — as the company itself puts it — from a college or university setting. But there we see a lot about using Evernote across devices — desktops/laptops, phones, tablets and so on.
However, in the real world, we are more often with our phones than most other devices, so here is how we can make best use of Evernote mobile everyday for college. Continue reading
More often than not, time spent browsing the web is unproductive. For some this may be because they veer off course, for others because they go online with something in mind and one thing leads to another and they have too much information on their hands — more than anybody can possibly remember or digest in an hour or so.
Introducing web clipping
A quick and self-sufficient way to work around this problem is to use Evernote’s nifty little feature: the web clipper. This tiny browser-bar button sits out of the picture until you want it, and when you do, it swings into action by saving just the area of a web page that you choose. Continue reading
In this age of technology, we all have more things to do than we possibly can. So we need some sort of digital assistant to keep reminding us of those things and making sure we complete it. Now some can afford human assistants to get this job done, but others would rather have safer digital assistants.
Evernote is one such application: it is a note-taking app that can help you keep your day-to-day activities on course, keep a schedule and do things as planned. But Evernote alone cannot make you do your job. There is a certain systematic method in which you need to organise yourself around this wonderful app to make it truly useful and effective to you — and a lot more people need to understand this than is evident at first. Continue reading
If you have not heard of Evernote, you definitely are living under a rock. Evernote is a powerful, cross-platform, note-taking and collaboration app. And if you read our recent notes-app comparison, you will see just how feature-rich Evernote is.
Now, on the other hand, if you have not yet got started with it for some reason, that is excusable. With this seven-part series, you are sure to be an advanced Evernote user (we call ourselves ‘Evernote junkies’) and — here is the real deal — you will be using Evernote not just as a note-taking app, but as one to improve your productivity and (seemingly) lengthen you day! Continue reading
MAN BELIEVES IN ruling himself although his own realisation of this is flawed, in that he lets others rule him so long as they are men too — at least physically.
Therefore, in order to satisfy his spirit, and (mis)lead it to believe he is his own master, he created a new word that could describe his hope. But men were multiplying as far as the eye could see and man quickly realised it would become futile to have so many rulers and so few followers, because, if his own adage were to be believed, “too many cooks spoil the broth.”
This was how man created the word “Democracy,” solely to turn the tables on this adage; but it was in vain: the broth was still a little too salty to be any good. Continue reading
IN THIS FINAL installment of our 3-article series on typography, we are going to get our hands dirty and take up a fairly complicated project and design typesets in a circumstance mirroring the real world.
[notice type=”red”]Did you know that this is the third article on a series introducing you to the basics and intermediate levels of Typography? Head over to the first article, and then visit the second one too to get a better idea of what we’re doing in this post. [/notice]
Getting hired on a typesetting project
It is going to be a hands-on, real-world experience, so do not take the back seat and read through this. Continue reading
WELCOME BACK TO the 3-aricle series on the A to Z of typography. This part continues from part I that we saw previously, so if you have missed out on that, make sure you head over to part I and familiarise yourself with all the jargon and basics of typography before continuing with this; you are bound to benefit best that way.
If you have already come through that route, keep going right on! In this part we will discuss several more interesting — and, more importantly, fun — things like I had promised last time. Here is a quick look at the highlights of this article:
Considerations when selecting typefaces
Standard print typefaces in the publishing industry, and
Some good, important rules and practices when handling typefaces
In this article I am going to make fairly open use of some of the terminology you have learnt in the preceding article, so try to keep up. Continue reading