April 14, 2015: Evernote note capture App, with John LeMasney

John LeMasney at PMUG's June 2013 meeting — photo by Michael Blank

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Technology consultant, John LeMasney, will be presenting the ubiquitous and useful note capturing tool called Evernote. John will explain how to capture voice, photo, Web, and text notes, how to share them, and have them with you everywhere you go.

You might like it because Evernote is a free application available on most major platforms with desktop and mobile versions. It’s sasy to learn and use, versatile in its abilities to capture different kinds of media, and is searchable.

As one workspace that lives across your phone, tablet, and computer, Evernote lets you write free of distraction, collect information, find what you need, and present your ideas to the world.


About the presenter…
John LeMasney is a father who lives and works in and around Princeton, NJ. For over 20 years, he has offered consulting in technology, design, communication, and branding for academia, the enterprise, libraries, and consumers with LeMasney Consulting. John was the Manager of Educational Technology Training and Outreach at Princeton University and previously worked at Rider University as the Manager of Technology Training. He teaches at Rider University in the Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership program, the Princeton Public Library, Princeton Adult School, Library Link NJ, and other venues. John is a designer, technologist, instructional designer, consultant, open Web advocate and open source evangelist. He is most interested in helping people to use technology to make their lives, work, and world better.