the evernote to curio double whack pack

February 17, 2009

(Before I get into this post, an aside: Is my memory of the Double Whack Pack an example of good advertising by Tic Tac, or wasted memory cells on my part?)

Curio and Evernote are two of the most popular search terms that lead people here. So when I got an email last week about both, I knew it would be of interest to a lot of Creativityist readers.

The newest release of Curio (5.4) now has seamless integration with Evernote. All of your Evernote items appear within the Curio sidebar, where they can easily be dragged into your Curio workspace. The two programs complement each other well…Evernote is excellent for collecting information and ideas, while Curio is suited to engage and develop those ideas.

Pictured below is an example of how you might put this to use. While brainstorming my manifesto to change the world, I was inspired by my latte…my manifesto fuel. I captured a picture of it (well, what was left of it) in Evernote on my iPhone. Within a few moments, the image was available within Curio, where I could drag it into my manifesto workspace for inspiration.

For more information, see this blog post and brief video put together by Zengobi, the developers of Curio. And if you don’t own Curio, now is a good time to consider it. Through the remainder of this week, you can use the coupon code EVERNOTE to purchase Curio for 20% off.

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