Links Roundup #16

Best Apps/Services of 2013 Jamie Todd Rubin has two posts addressing this topic, 12 of the Most Useful Apps and Services for 2013, and 4 Additional Apps and Services That Work So Well They Are Virtually Invisible.  He does cover … Continue reading

Links Roundup #15

Academic Workflows ProfHacker has an interesting example in Digital Workflows for the Archive.  Post is by a researcher who works a lot with manuscripts in archives, and describes the tools he uses (including Turboscan, Dropbox, IKeyboard (now TacType), Byword, and … Continue reading

Year for Productivity Session 23: Productive Meetings; or, Oh, No, Not Another %$*&%^& Meeting!

Most people at least profess to hate meetings.  They do, however, seem to be a necessary evil at this point, and they are a more confusing topic than ever, given that now, besides the traditional kinds of meetings, we now … Continue reading

Links Roundup #14

Academic Blogging Since my last post was on academic blogging, the post A New Science Blogging Scandal:  Deja Vu All Over Again from the Scholarly Kitchen blog points to a problem I did not have room to cover, the difficulties … Continue reading