Twin Cities start-up launching iPad app to rival Evernote

Minnesota's Peter Tamte believes the next revolution in personal-productivity software is upon us – and he wants in. Tamte, the founder of Destineer, the videogame publisher and a onetime Apple consumer-marketing heavyweight, is launching a new company Wednesday, Aug. 1 with a single product: An iPad app to manage to-do items and organize digital notes.
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Minnesota's Peter Tamte believes the next revolution in personal-productivity software is upon us – and he wants in. Tamte, the founder of Destineer, the videogame publisher and a onetime Apple consumer-marketing heavyweight, is launching a new company Wednesday, Aug. 1 with a single product: An iPad app to manage to-do items and organize digital notes.

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