Welcome to the world of not really owning anything.
Instead of predominantly using local storage, many people are using cloud storage as their main deposit because of how accessible
There's no shortage of note-taking tools and platforms you can use to seriously streamline your workflow--and deliver stronger results. Your ideas will always be retrievable, after all.
Read faster with Spreeder. Copy and paste the text of an article into the box, and Spreeder will flash each word on the screen
It's unclear whether this high profile focus on wearable computing will come anywhere close to matching the success of Google's Android operating system.
I've been trying to go paperless in the last year. I've been using Evernote and it is great! Evernote will store whatever
Technology gets a bad rap. It gets blamed for burnout, disconnectedness and the fall of work-life balance.
Combined, these tools make my digital life more secure, assessable and coordinated. I could lose my computer tomorrow and rest assured that nothing of mine (lest the computer) was lost.
Most writers are easily distracted; trying out just one more app often sounds better than slogging through your manuscript. To save you untold hours of procrastination, here's my current setup of ten apps for writing, drafting, outlining, editing, and generating story ideas.
Gnashing my teeth the other day after yet another frustrating morning of begging my 3-year-old to get dressed/go potty/put on her shoes so we could get out the door even close to on time, I found myself thinking that there had to be a better way. Enter morning routine apps.
It doesn't matter if you are fresh out of college, a 15-year veteran in corporate America, or one of the casualties of the economic downturn re-building your career, we all can use a boost from today's tech tools.
These risks are very real. Identity theft continues to morph and evolve in complexity and gains even greater traction with more organized criminal enterprises as their crime of choice. So you can imagine my frustration when I read the article in Consumer Reports.