Category Archives: Evernote


I recently heard a lecture on The Cloud. The Cloud is our future. The Cloud will store everything. You won’t have to worry about backups. The Cloud will work across platforms. The Cloud will keep files compatible with current versions … Continue reading

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Useful Tools Addendum

I have been a long time user of the Firefox browser but lately I have been using Chrome a lot. Both are free. Both have good and bad points. I think it is a personal thing. Safari, the browser from … Continue reading

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Scan Like It Is 2010

The ScanSnap is a small portable scanner that does double sided copying in one pass. According to Fujitsu’s web site it is the world’s smallest duplexing scanner. It can operate off your laptop without a separate power source if necessary. … Continue reading

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iPod Touch as a Genealogy Tool

For years I depended on my Palm personal digital assistant [PDA] to keep me organized and keep all my information at my fingertips. My Palm contained my entire database from The Master Genealogist, every single fact. Software changed. Palm changed. … Continue reading

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All Your Notes, All the Time

How would you like to have all your notes with you all the time so you can’t forget something? It’s possible. I’ve been using a product called Evernote for nearly five years. About a year ago it totally changed from … Continue reading

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