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Evernote is a program that makes things much simpler for you. It allows you to keep track of things from the most important to the least by using the internet, tablet, phone and computer.

What the listener will learn from Evernote: What You Should Learn or Know About Evernote is that Evernote is more of a guide that allows the user to organize your life in a virtual space. The tool is pretty easy to use and once the use of it is mastered things will become that much easier to keep track of. Evernote is the replacement for all those bulky diaries that were once in use. It is simple for the businessperson, student, journalist, or any other individual to simply use the application to log important things.

©2014 David Blaine (P)2014 David Blaine

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Complete Waste of Time

Would you try another book from David Blaine and/or Kirk Hanley?

This was written by someone with a barely elementary idea of how this application works. Filled with awkward, specious comments about Evernote, "The GTD" and an entire "chapter" on Mind Mapping that suggests its a great application for your calendar.

Would you ever listen to anything by David Blaine again?

No intentionally.

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Kirk Hanley?

No narrator could elevate the lack of information in this book.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None.

Any additional comments?

It was a few dollars, but not worth a penny.

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