Screw that, #Reader. I'm using . Suddenly I don't trust you or your products a whole lot.
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- I use DevonThink Pro for my note taking needs (Mac only app). It's pretty flexible, but it doesn't have the graphics ability that OneNote and, I guess, EverNote does.
DevonThink just added direct machine-to-machine syncing over my LAN. This is a killer feature I'm unwilling to do without.
I would never use Google for my note taking needs. Pretty sure everything I would put into Google's apps would end up on the internet. Don't think my employers would be too thrilled about that.Mar 17, 2013
That I my exact issue with the whole removal of CD drives from computers. I have to share large files with multiple people/companies and I burn CDs/DVDs regularly. I was told I was dumb and should just use dropbox or the equivalent, but I don't think my clients would appreciate stuff being open on the Internet like that.Mar 17, 2013
- And if my iPhone screws up and autocorrects my words one more time, I am going to throw it across the room.Mar 17, 2013
- I feel like when Pontiac was killed. Sure i can read about the awesomeness of the GTO, the Trans AM, Fiero and others...Reader is like that for me. I feel the pain of some, but it was all before my time, so i just don't care too much.Mar 17, 2013
- If that had been "across the broom" I would have gotten a good chuckle ;-)
Why don't you just swap out the keyboard app and use one that's less aggressive on the autocorrect?Mar 17, 2013
- : I feel your pain. Cheap USB thumb drives can do the trick, if your clients are willing to recycle them back to you. Something I used to do back in the day is create encrypted tar balls, or zip files, and distribute them via my own website.
There are many reasons why I don't like dropbox and the like. The crappy security is just one of those reasons.Mar 17, 2013