From Evernote Back to Backpack

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  1. I’m not sure about the Mac version, but the Windows Evernote client has an option to install to a flash drive (I think its through the Tools menu) Once you do that, you can run Evernote as a portable app on a locked-down computer (unless it’s in kiosk mode, but it probably isn’t.) It will keep a local copy of your database on the flash drive (hint: manually copying the file from your desktop will save som syncing time and bandwidth.) I use Evernote Portable on the computers at my University all the time. Also, Evernote does have an iPhone app.Incidentally, Firefox Portable (http://portableapps.com) is a great way to keep all your bookmarks, settings and extensions with you as well.

  2. Yep, I know and use Portable Apps.And yep, this Macbook is in kiosk mode, so you can't even run Portable Adium or Portable Evernote. Alas, I'm bound to the web!

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