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441 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Evernote coming to Win... · 0 replies · +2 points

I have about 350 notes in a phatnotes database which I need to be able to filter by criteria like "active" or "inactive" and only keep about 15 visible by default. The Onenote UI just wont cut it.

Phatnotes was specifically designed to take daily notes with e.g. the ability to easily insert the date for example. Word in the Office hub now lacks that feature for some reason :(

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Business Insider: When... · 1 reply · -1 points

Free-falling market share does not lie. The only question is where will it stop.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Distimo: Windows Phone... · 2 replies · +1 points

I think its time to move beyond grade 2 maths.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Microsoft Anti-trust s... · 1 reply · +8 points

One is their opinion, and the other mine. Neither are quotes, and I think I have plenty to support my assertion.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Nokia planning a Windo... · 4 replies · +14 points

On receipt of several hundred dollars from yourself per week to pay the writers, all ads will immediately be discontinued.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - WP7 App Review – Yel... · 0 replies · +1 points

It is a video review.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Great news! Windows Ph... · 0 replies · +2 points

Well, thats pretty easy to explain. There's more that 200 million iOS devices out there, and maybe 3 million Windows Phones. Doesnt mean its not selling.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Exclusive: Facebook vi... · 1 reply · +3 points

This is Microsoft we are talking about here. Time has a different meaning to them.

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Great news! Windows Ph... · 0 replies · -1 points

I think it is perfectly reasonable to assume a further sharp decline in WM sales. Why dont you?

442 weeks ago @ WMPoweruser.com - Great news! Windows Ph... · 4 replies · +1 points

"Consumers are not buying Windows Phone. "
So your anecdotal evidence is better than Nielsens market research?

Nielsen just said half as many people who bought Blackberries bought Windows Phones in March, not just the 3 people you saw.