Melbourne-based technology consultant and coach Megan Iemma is trying to prove she can run a business without a computer.
For 30 days, Iemma’s barred herself from computer usage, instead relying on her tablet to get all her work done.
Earlier this week, Iemma told SmartCompany there are three apps she couldn’t live without – one of which is Evernote:
“It’s a digital filing cabinet. For me, it’s about being able to find my notes and having everything in one place. I put voice recordings in there, text attachments, everything. And depending on whether you have the paid version or not, it gives you even more features. For me, Skitch is the ultimate part of Evernote. As a presenter and someone who writes material, I do all my presentations in Skitch. I take screenshots, draw arrows, drag things from emails into keynotes … the list goes on.”