Notetaking: Should I Write by Hand or Go Digital?

Note-taking is another entry in that seemingly endless list of activities that have been transformed by the digital age. Today we can take notes using tablet and stylus; we can lug laptops to meetings; we can snap pictures of slides and whiteboards; we can even employ Siri to take down our notes for us. But […]

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How I Use It: Advantages of Google Inbox

When discussing the pros and cons of email as a communication medium, we typically start with some fundamental assumptions. An email inbox is a long chronological archive of messages. Messages are either read or unread, and after reading you can keep them in your archive or delete them. Over the years, our email experience has […]

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How I Use It: Evernote for Staying Organized – with Andrew Walsh

“How I Use It” is a column where we explore social web tools. With these apps and devices–things like Evernote, Google Drive, Twitter, iPads–there isn’t any “right” way to use them. Our goal instead is to give you a personal perspective and demonstrate some cool things they can do. Let us know your own experience in […]

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