Posts tagged Phil Libin

Obsessing over organization? De-cluttering your physical and computer desktop is the natural first step. It’s easier than ever to adopt a paperless lifestyle by moving your business and personal stuff to the cloud, thanks to Evernote tools that are as useful as its company’s backstory is compelling. Here’s how you can finally capture and store files, notes, photos, ideas and more in one central location across all your devices—from your cell phone to your desktop to your iPad.
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Obsessing over organization? De-cluttering your physical and computer desktop is the natural first step. It’s easier than ever to adopt a paperless lifestyle by moving your business and personal stuff to the cloud, thanks to Evernote tools that are as useful as its company’s backstory is compelling. Here’s how you can finally capture and store files, notes, photos, ideas and more in one central location across all your devices—from your cell phone to your desktop to your iPad.


Click here to embiggen (and see full infographic)

Phil Libin of Evernote: The Surprise 3 A.M. Email That Saved His $200M Company It was in the middle of a chilly night in October 2008 when Phil Libin started feeling, as he describes it, “like an adult.” His company, Evernote, an online service enabling users to create, catalog and search for notes (in the form of video, audio and text), was going under. Investors were fleeing and Libin had a measly three weeks worth of cash to his name.
Today, Evernote is one of world’s fastest growing Internet companies. In more than seven countries and with around 290 employees worldwide, the company has upwards of $200 million in investment capital. Read More
(via Phil Libin of Evernote: The Surprise 3 A.M. Email That Saved His $200M Company - OPEN Forum :: American Express OPEN Forum)

Phil Libin of Evernote: The Surprise 3 A.M. Email That Saved His $200M Company

It was in the middle of a chilly night in October 2008 when Phil Libin started feeling, as he describes it, “like an adult.” His company, Evernote, an online service enabling users to create, catalog and search for notes (in the form of video, audio and text), was going under. Investors were fleeing and Libin had a measly three weeks worth of cash to his name.

Today, Evernote is one of world’s fastest growing Internet companies. In more than seven countries and with around 290 employees worldwide, the company has upwards of $200 million in investment capital.

Read More

(via Phil Libin of Evernote: The Surprise 3 A.M. Email That Saved His $200M Company - OPEN Forum :: American Express OPEN Forum)