It’s a piece from Evernote.com so, you know, there’s not going to be a lot of criticism here but still:
Every day, people rely on Evernote to compile, catalog, organize their research and writing.
For author and chief Business Insider correspondent Nicholas Carlson, Evernote was the primary tool he used to write a 93,000 word book. In six weeks.
That boils down to an average of 2,500 words every day.
This week, Nicholas stopped by our Redwood City HQ to talk about how he used Evernote as the comprehensive writing workspace for his newly published book, “Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo!”
Read the full piece.