This week on my new-ish podcast, ProductiVardy, I discussed my latest addition to our Apple household, offer up a trick I use to help search through Evernote in the Practical Practices segment, and have a great chat with the author of the ultimate guide to Evernote, Evernote Eseentials, fellow productivity personality and fine Internet friend, Brett Kelly.
I've also got a contest going for the next episode of the podcast, which will see one lucky winner walk away with what I consider to be the best password manager available -- 1Password for Mac. Want to give winning it a shot? Here's what you need to do... To have a chance to win, you have to do any of the following:
- "Like" the Facebook page and comment on the page the most ludicrous password you've ever used (as in "easy to guess").
- Follow ProductiVardy on Twitter and send a tweet mentioning us and the hashtag #ludicrouspassword (bonus entry if you find and add 1Password's Twitter handle in there as well).
- Share or +1 any of the ProductiVardy podcasts (1 entry per +1/share) on Google+. Anyone who has already done so is automatically entered in the draw.
The contest closes on Monday August 29 at noon PT. I'll pick the winner, announce it on the next episode (#4) and will message you to figure out how to deliver the prize your way.
ProductiVardy is my new podcast baby, and I'd love it if you'd subscribe to the feed or to the podcast in iTunes. Any suggestions, compliments or the like can be put in a review in iTunes, along with a star rating to help folks find it. Share the hell out of it wherever you can, if you can. I'll be looking for critiques on the various social networks and websites out there as well.1
If you've got the time, I've got a survey going as well. If you could fill it out and fire it back, that'd be swell. Because the nature of the podcast is all about brevity, I've got the shorter version of the survey and a longer version. Neither will take you as long as the 22 minutes each episode lasts.
I've got some great guests lined up, some great segments in store and much more to offer as the podcast progresses. I hope you'll join me for the ride. It'll be a productive one.
Oh, and thanks muchly for reading/listening.
1 That's what Google Alerts are for, right?