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Evernote's Radical Plan to Kill Files

Evernote’s Phil Libin has bold ambitions: He wants to change the way we work.

Of course, he has a vested interest in making this happen. Libin’s cloud-based service, with over 100 million users globally, is a popular digital hub, where consumers and workers can keep all their stuff for a project, a trip or for just staying organized.

Libin’s bigger vision, which he’ll describe Thursday and Friday at the fourth annual Evernote Conference in San Francisco, is to eliminate files altogether.

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This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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