Your mind wants it to feel like paper and pen, but you are not writing. You are controlling a word processor on, a glass computer, with a plastic stick.
I had converted over to to the OneNote Microsoft Store app a while back when Microsoft announced they were ending … More
In a previous article I wrote about the first phase of being able to synchronize the Samsung notes from your … More
During the announcement event for the Galaxy Note 20 one of the features I was most interested in was the … More
If you have been reading my blog for very long, then you will know that my biggest gripe with the … More
If you have wished that Outlook or Gmail worked and looked more like a paper planner, give Artful Agenda a try.
The new magic of digital notes is the ability to scale up or down to your heart’s content without loosing … More
I spend hours working in Microsoft OneNote everyday. It’s my go to tool for planning, documentation, and notes. I’ve been … More
As I concluded in the previous article in this series, my preferred application for notes, brain-dumps, sketches, and even password … More
In the same way that computerized word processing displaced type-writers; many people are making the switch from paper journals and … More
Say hello to my little friend. The 2018 iPad and Apple Pencil.
If you’ve been following along with this series, you’ll know that I am hip deep in the process of converting … More
Ever wondered how pro’s get such great looking user interfaces? In this article I’ll show you exactly how I setup a Windows computer; from the apps I install, to the settings I use for my Pen and the UI tweaks I make to simplify daily use of a computer.
My wife has been looking at the iPad Pro devices for the last few months. She’s seen what I’m able … More