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Work Smarter with Evernote

Alexandra Samuel

Alexandra Samuel's new ebook, Work Smarter with Evernote, is a short guide to a more focused, effective, successful career.  Evernote's motto is "Remember Everything" and Samuel explains how to make Evernote deliver on its promise to find things fast and access information anywhere.

Samuel writes beautifully about technology.  She's been a warm and friendly resource  for readers on tech for years through her blog at  Harvard Business Review, and has written for publications such as The Toronto Star, CBC Radio, Business 2.0 and the Chronicle of Higher Education.  She has the rare ability to demystify complex platforms and make them seem accessible, fun and easy to use.  

She is Vice President of Social Media at Vision Critical.

Work Smarter with Evernote is  available on iTunes and Amazon.

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