Two of the features I like best in Evernote are geotagging and audio Notes. Geotagging allows me to attach geographical metadata to my Notes, and the audio recording feature allows me to record audio and generate a Note with an embedded media player for that audio file. The combination of these two features makes for an easy always-handy good quality tool to capture mobile family history interviews since I never go anywhere without my iPhone.
This fifth post in my blog series on my personal and professional information management workflow explains how I choose between Evernote Notebooks and Tags to organize my notes.
On behalf of the Orange County, California, Heritage Coordinating Council, I am teaching a FREE hands-on Historypin workshop next Tuesday, January 10th! If you live or work in or near Orange County, you are welcome to join us.
The Air Display app from iTunes allows me to use my iPad as a second monitor when connected to the same wireless network.
Innovative efforts by a library and a professor to teach local history through mobile location-based technologies.