I am a huge fan of Evernote and I use it every day. It is a great tool for storing notes, web clips, photos etc. I use it mostly as my publishing dashboard. It is where I store all my articles, write down new ideas, etc.
But there is now a new note taking tool called Dropmark. It doesn't even come close to Evernote's versatility, but it makes up for it in ease of use. Just drag and drop anything to Dropmark, and then share it with your friends.
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Almost every time a news site launched something new, they also cover the same stories the same way.
Editorial analytics is the tool we use to define how to report the news.
Google wants to build tracking into the browser, and then remove personal identifiers ... but is that good?
AIs can be both good and bad, but using an AI to fake some text is always bad.
Many people in the media wants newspapers to be tax exempt, but what about the rest of the media?
When a publishers says that WhatsApp converts 12 times more people than their website, what does that actually mean?
Facebook said that it wouldn't block misleading political ads, so let's talk about that
Cookies today are doing all kinds of bad things, but did you know that the original creators wanted to stop that?
We all knew this would happen, but Google won't pay publishers for snippets.
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