It would appear that Google has a longer vision for Google+ now that they have stripped out many of it's original core functions (i.e. Photos). Looking at the changes to the community as a focus on just that...communities and collections...it will be inter...
Since the OneNote update is out for Android and iOS that includes the new OneNote badge, I thought I'd throw out one of my favorite tricks from beta testing. The badge allows you to attach your new text to an existing note. So for example if you create a ...
Since this is The Idea Pump (TIP), sharing some TIPs on how to get more from your capture and collect tool (see OneNote, Evernote, and others in that class). When working on something you need to disassemble and reassemble, take pictures of each step and wh...
As part of my on-going departure from the Evernote ecosystem to OneNote one of the things I've been trying to identify is functionality in OneNote that corrects issues I've previously had with Evernote. One of the main problems I had for years is the fact ...
Over the weekend I started exporting all my Evernote content over to OneNote prior to shutting down my Premium account. Yes, I'm done with the big green elephant. There's a great tool called Evernote2OneNote for migrating the content of your notebooks tha...
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A solution consultant and presenter by profession, I spend most of my time keeping tabs on where technology is and where it is headed. My wonderful family supports me in these endeavors and humors my odd sense of humor.
I’ve been in the technology field for almost 30 years now, from the original wave of personal computers (TRS-80 Model I anyone?) through bulletin board systems to web development. Project management, teaching computers, and business analysis have all crossed my path over the years.
My varied professions have allowed me the chance to interact with the financial, legal, pharmaceutical, military, government, and educational sectors in their use of technology. This kind of horizontal interaction can only lead one to see how many common factors all these industries have and what it takes to assist the most common denominator of them all…the users.
To quote one of my favorite movies…”I fight for the users!”
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