Have you heard? Ross Catrow loves Evernote!
If you’ve ever had the oppourtunity to interact with me in any sort of business-like setting (or, to be perfectly honest, any sort of setting at all), you’ve probably heard me yammer on about Evernote. Evernote is the core of my digital life and the external brain where I store every piece of information that I could later need. Some examples:
- The deposit receipt for the keg of SweetWater 420 I just bought from Total Wine.
- My 2014 tax return
- A list of potential ideas for our daily TIPS! column
Before Evernote, I was a frazzled, worthless mess, and now I cannot imagine living without it. It’s the place where all the pieces of my life come together, my digital workspace.
Just a couple of weeks ago Evernote introduced a new pricing structure, all of which, IMHO, are extremely affordable: Basic (Free!), Plus ($25 per year), Premium ($50 per year). Check out the details of each plan on their pricing page, but the Basic tier should be enough to get you started.
After you wade in a bit, come find me, and I’ll talk your ear off for a couple hours.