Recently Evernote reduced a feature of the Free tier. Now only five emails a month can be made to your Evernote account, unless you have Premium level. Lifehacker.com reports on Digital Inspiration's post telling about how you can use the Evernote Gmail clipper to send Gmails to Evernote.
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Evernote announced today on their blog that Chris O'Neill is their new CEO. O'Neill replaces the founding CEO, Phil Libin. O'Neill comes from Google. I've long thought Google should buy Evernote, but I don't see this as a prelude to that happening. A Googler has never become a CEO of a company that Google was interesting in acquiring, that I know about.
Libin told Recode that his decision to resign is largely due to his lack of passion leading a company that's about to go public."
I've interacted with Libin on line, and hope he enjoys his new roll, and that Evernote continues to thrive.
If I were the publisher of a newspaper, I'd be thrilled by Facebook's new partnership with newspapers. And I'd be scared to death of it too.
In May, Facebook and nine media outlets, The New York Times among them, announced a partnership, Instant Articles, where Facebook would publish the paper's content in Facebook's news feed. Ads served with the stories sold by the papers will generate revenue for the papers they do not have to share with Facebook. Revenue for ads sold by Facebook will be shared with the papers, with the newspapers getting 70%.
Eventually, more newspapers will be included. Maybe even your local paper.