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If I haven’t mentioned it yet, I basically live my life through Evernote. I discovered it in late 2011 and it changed my workflow for not only taking notes, but my entire writing process. Organizing ideas has become a whole different game, one that for me has increased my productivity tenfold. If you met me at party, Evernote and my advocation of its use would undoubtedly end up in our conversation. With Evernote’s recent security scare, it made me realize: I don’t actually even have files on my computer anymore — they’re all in the cloud. Well, what if the cloud goes down? I scrambled to find a solution to create a redundant backup of my Evernote files (i.e. all the notes on a screenplay I’m writing, audio interviews, photo references, etc) and I discovered cloudHQ. More »

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In addition to six new touch applications, Adobe this week also announced Creative Cloud, their new online storage/collaboration service. Think of it as an Adobe-centric Dropbox, which will be available starting next month with apps on Android and iOS “at an attractive monthly price,” according to the FAQ. Here’s the presentation of the services and community available in Creative Cloud (beyond simple file storage) from Adobe’s MAX conference: More »

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GridIron Software has released Flow 2.0, a collaboration/syncing/management application that enables people to share and sync files over a network. Dubbed a “project operating system for creative professionals,” the free “Flow Essentials” version comes with 4GB of online secure storage, allowing remote file storage, versioning, and team collaboration. More »