We all love the clickety-clack-ding of typewriters. Ah, the good old days of carrying around a 10 lb machine that can’t search the Internet
Posts Tagged: Productivity
The New York Times has an article “Resolve to Pay Attention to Resolution Reminders,” written by Kit Eaton that showcases a few Android and IOS apps to help you meet your goals for 2014. I’ve downloaded Everest and so far am liking it. We’ll see how it goes. Related: Power of Habit Not Apps
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Holiday breaks: so much promise, so much disappointment. Today’s post is about expectation setting and finding balance.
How to Create a Digital Workflow for Archival Research Written by Dan Royles and published by Profhacker.
Change the habit not which apps are on your phone.
If you’re a writer and submit to literary magazines, chances are you’ve heard of Submittable. Submittable, formerly known as Submishmash, is a cloud-based submission management system that takes the pain out of the process. Created in 2010 by “novelist Michael FitzGerald, filmmaker Bruce Tribbensee, and musician John Brownell,” Submittable saves publishers both time and money. For… Read more »
UPDATE: Soon after publishing this post, I discovered that Google will suspend its Google Appointments function as of January 4, 2013. For a review of alternatives, see this post from Heather Whitney at ProfHacker. I will be replacing Google Appointments with YouCanBook.Me. For a helpful review of YouCanBook.Me, complete with instructions for setting it up for… Read more »
Last week, I wrote a post “Work Smarter with Trello” and briefly laid out why I like Trello and how it works. However, Trello doesn’t work for everyone, so I thought I’d expand on project management/task management solutions. From a ProfHacker post, “Putting the THINGS in GTD: Managing an Academic Life with Cultured Code’s Things,”… Read more »
I’ve spent a lot of time looking for low cost (okay, free) software for managing projects in both my professional and personal life. These projects range from digital library collections, a literary journal, and a wedding. Some software, like Sharepoint, I’ve had to use. While other software, such as Google Sites, I return to because… Read more »