GTDJedi Podcast - EP036 - App Battle II - Notes vs. Evernote vs. Bear Notes

GTDJedi Show Notes

Episode #: 36

Date: 02/20/18

Hosts: Clay Russell, Jerry Goldbaum & Timothy Broder


Jerry: Corellian bounty hunter summoned by Darth Vader to hunt for the Millennium Falcon

Tim: Clone trooper devoted to the Republic in the newest generation of the recruits fighting in the Clone Wars


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Feedback & Follow Up

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The Big Discussion

  • App Battle: Apple Notes vs. Bear Notes vs. Evernote

  • Rules of Play:

    • Each Jedi gets 3 attack waves to launch their assault on their enemies. (make a case for their "Weapon of Choice" by emphasizing one particular feature that is considered a strength)

    • A round consists of all 3 Jedi making a case for why their app is the supreme "Weapon of Choice". The other combatants will then have a chance to attack by 1 of two methods.

  • 1. Pointing out a flaw in the so-called Jedi attack or promoted app feature.

  • 2. Praise their own "Weapon of Choice" by explaining why their app is a more capable weapon in regard to the promoted feature.

  • After 3 rounds are over, the App Battle winner will be declared by a unanimous decision by all 3 Jedi (which will be unlikely) or alternatively, the victor will be voted on by the listening audience via Twitter or Email.


Jedi Weapons of Choice


Bantha Fodder (apps deleted from our devices)


Counsel from the Council (listener feedback segment)

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