There’s another way to archive web pages besides saving them in personal software or printing them to PDF. It’s called MHTML. Continue reading
Mystery contributor has sent the second part of the EverNote 2.2 clipper workaround for anyone interested. Regular programming will resume shortly. Continue reading
The following was submitted for posting by a regular JLog reader. It addresses compatibility issues with the EverNote 2.2 clipper button. The purpose of the workaround is to be able to paste directly to EverNote as was possible in earlier browser versions.
I haven’t tried it yet. Please report back if you do. I have installed click.to and it looks simple enough to work with. Even if you’re not interested in EverNote 2.2, click.to is a fascinating and useful tool. Continue reading
As JLog passes its 5th anniversary I have to say – We’ve come a long way. Or maybe I’ve come a long way and you’ve just been humoring me by being good sports. Continue reading
I think years from now people will still be talking about EverNote 2 as one of the best programs ever built. And I have harped on about the sheer genius of it. So, this might come as a shock. Continue reading
I’ve been using EverNote 2 for years, and never noticed this before.
Under File is an option called Import Wizard. This imports individual files if they’re text, HTML or images. This can be done once or set for Auto-Import on a continual basis. Continue reading
I decided to go looking at outliners. I’ve had one for years, ActionOutline, but it took me a long time to figure out a ‘best use’ for it. Continue reading
One of the most popular queries that brings searchers to JLog is Evernote. The sub-text is often ‘software like evernote’, which makes me wonder why anyone is looking for an Evernote replacement. I have my theories. Continue reading
Last week I spent another ten minutes looking around at OneNote, decided I still don’t like it and returned happily to my beloved EverNote 2. Continue reading
Does anyone have a favorite notes program? All purpose note-taker, note-organizer thingamabob? I tried for the fourth time to upgrade to Evernote 3 and I still can’t get my mind around it. I don’t know what they’re imagining over there for the future but the way the recent past has been going it’s not looking good.