Twitter launches Moments, a feature you may actually use

For many people, Twitter can be a convoluted platform and is difficult to get started as a new user. Their previous efforts to help the "on-boarding" process like the Discover tab, or suggested accounts never stuck. 

Today, after recently announcing Jack Dorsey will continue on as CEO, they launched Moments. This media-centric, new way of following an event is actually pretty slick, and may be something that helps attract new users

A Moment is a group of tweets stitched together around a specific topic, such as the Super Bowl or a breaking news event. These Moments are curated by Twitter, or Twitter partners like BuzzFeed and the New York Times, and primarily exist within a new tab inside the Twitter app, although they can be shared within tweets as well. Moments tend to be multimedia-heavy, with lots of photo and video tweets included, although that isn’t necessarily a requirement.

Read here: Twitter’s Next Hail Mary, Project Lightning, Has Arrived | Re/code

You may want to find an Evernote alternative

I've always wondered how many people spring for their "Premium" tier, apparently not many. I used to be a heavy Evernote user, but now focus on Omnifocus and iOS / OS X Notes.

"Despite reaching 150 million registered users this year, Evernote has been slow to develop the revenue side of its business and is grappling with departures and cost-cutting, according to interviews that Business Insider conducted with more than a half dozen current and former employees of the company. Evernote has laid off roughly 18% of its workforce in the past nine months, and said it will shut down three of its 10 global offices last week. "

Read here: Evernote is in deep trouble