Throughout 2019, there were some applications that became my go-to apps for personal and professional projects. Here’s my shortlist:
I’m one of those disaffected Evernote users that people talk about after their fall from Unicorn status. I depended on it for years as a freelance writer. It was my tool of choice for capturing my writing research and ideas. I got away from using Evernote. he UI never changed while its management (and fortunes)… Continue reading Google Keep and the art of capturing personal research
I’ve been trying to follow through on some personal publishing goals I set for 2019. Like many people, I face the challenges of a day job, gym time (circuit training addiction), and freelance work.
I had a short list of applications across my Macs, iPhone, and iPad that I use every day to keep my work and personal projects on schedule and organized Unlike past years, my list has shrunk in size to some trusted favorites:
I’ve written about G Suite and other cloud productivity tools or a while now. Furthermore, I’ve had the chance to explore the intersection of Microsoft Office and G Suite for technical writing and user productivity. G Suite can represent some significant cost savings for *some* organizations. It’s not going to happen by taking G Suite… Continue reading Building the better G Suite administrator
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