I decided lately to (again) give a try to Evernote. And so far I like it, I found it smoother to use than my previous solution. I’m not sure I’ll continue to use it forever though, but so far I find it interesting.
My concern is of course data safety. It is synced to Evernote’s servers, not backed up, and the risk is that if it is screwed in one place it will then be replicated to other devices, unless disconnected from the Internet.
So how to make a backup of the data? Continue reading
Well, it looks like everybody goes the Apple way, nowadays. First Microsoft with Surface, now Google with the Chromebook Pixel… Who’s next? Facebook or Twitter?
Like Apple’s notebook, the highlight is the Gorilla Glass-covered screen: with a 12.85-inch, 2560 x 1700 touchscreen panel, Google says it’s the highest resolution display that’s ever shipped on a laptop. “You’ll never ever see another pixel in your life,” says Chrome VP Sundar Pichai. And yet this particular screen has a 3:2 aspect ratio: In order to better fit web content, which often flows vertically down a page, the screen is nearly as tall as it is wide.
via Google announces Chromebook Pixel: a premium Chrome OS laptop shipping next week for $1,299 | The Verge.
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