Yikes, They Rewrote Evernote?

I couldn’t resist commenting on this interview with Evernote’s CEO about the project to rewrite Evernote.

First, disclaimer. I managed the Microsoft OneNote dev team from 2003 on for about a decade and am still a huge fan with much of my life recorded in OneNote. I’ve also written about OneNote internals in a number of posts and am friends with many on the team.

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