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October 20, 2016

New Series: A User's Journey Into DEVONthink

I first came across DEVONthink whilst working through one of the periodic urges I get to review and make changes to my digital organisation habits, Again I had become disillusioned with the futile search for ‘one app to rule them all’. I was a longtime user of Evernote, however I’d never been quite satisfied with its storage of files within notes (I’m unable to explain this rationally), and the recent move to limit the usage of free account holders hampered my workflow, which is part personal, part work and across several devices. (more)

September 30, 2006

Interview: Matt Bontrager

This month I’ve had a coffee with Matt Bontrager. Matt is the owner of Southpaw Data, LLC, a company that offers various services around the huge field of data management. Matt uses both DEVONagent and DEVONthink for his daily work. (more)

November 30, 2005

Interview: Father Moses

Father Moses lives as a monk at the Saint Gregory of Sinai Monastery in Northern California, USA.

I met Orthodox Christian monk Father Moses of the Saint Gregory of Sinai Monastery in California, USA, and talked with him about life at the Monastery and how DEVONthink Professional helps him concentrate on the really important things instead of organizing bits and bytes. (more)

June 15, 2005

Interview: Edward Vawter

Edward Vawter lives in Oregon, USA, and is self-employed.

I had the chance to meet Edward Vawter, a US-based technical consultant who offers professional information services. In the “old days”, his research on the Internet was a “long and frustrating process”. Not any longer, thanks to DEVONagent. (more)

December 12, 2004

Interview: Ralph Graulich

Ralph Graulich works as a historian in Germany.

Today, I have talked to Ralph Graulich, a German researcher working on the history of thoroughbred horses. Before discovering DEVONthink, Ralph Graulich organized his work in thousands of papers, leaflets and folders. DEVONthink gave him a new impulse to continue his work with new energy. (more)