I create mind maps for each course before I start writing but the course takes shape and morphs while I write. Therefore I need an easy way to see the course structure and reorganize it while I’m writing.
We slogged through seventeen different PDF apps to try and find the one PDF app that would change your life — well, at least change your iPad usage. And the best PDF app for managing, editing, and reading PDFs on your iPad is PDF Expert 5 by Readdle. PDF Expert is delightful and easy to …
With every iteration of iOS, Apple tweaks its software a little, but for the most part, the default lineup of apps has remained unchanged since launch. For a lot of us, these apps just aren't cutting it anymore.
I'm facilitating and presenting on a panel session at the Opera America National Conference taking place in San Francisco this week with Guillaume DeCugis, CEO of Scoop.It and Sean Waugh, San Francisco Opera.
Moleskine's new Smart Writing Set (reviewed here by Co.Design) is perhaps the first truly seamless paper-to-digital writ
William Lee's insight:
For those who prefer to write on paper and want to digitise without having to scan or photograph their pages, Moleskine introduce a new pen which automatically relays - in real time - what's written to an iPad.
Personally, I still need my Macbook Pro for photo and video post production work, but the pain felt in multitasking on an iOS device could also be considered a benefit as it might allow one to focus better on a single task at a time. Of course, this won't fit well into every situation, but for many it might.
Due has been around for a long time. Created by independent developer Lin Junjie (who later went on to launch Dispatch and Clips with Hon Cheng), Due was launched in late 2010 as a simple reminder app for iPhone to never forget the things you had...
For over two years, I used Apple’s Reminders as my task management app. Contrary to expectations from Internet friends and colleagues who swore by more complex solutions, I was fine with Reminders and I didn’t need anything more.
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