[Air-L] software for online ethnography
jhuns at vt.edu
Sat Feb 18 05:57:02 PST 2012
yes, since i tend to carry my data with me on my laptop and thus i'm more jeremy-sited, work anywhere, than multi-sited, devonthink works well for me. also, since i don't ever get third party access put into my ethics review unless there is transcription needs, using a cloudbased service would be breaking the agreement i make with my subjects on access to the materials.
On Feb 18, 2012, at 8:49 AM, Darryl Woodford wrote:
> I wrestled with Devonthink's demo for a while but the migration of data / structures from one to the other wasn't something I wanted to face mid-project. The other issue is that if you're multi-location (home/office/mobile) on different devices, Devonthink didn't seem to have good cloud/sharing functionality.
> There's a good (but old) comparison of the two at: http://gigaom.com/apple/faceoff-devonthink-pro-office-vs-evernote-premium/
> Thanks for the link though Jeremy -- seems a good time to buy it and store for future use.
> On 18 Feb 2012, at 23:28, Jeremy hunsinger wrote:
> and devonthink pro just went on sale,
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