I was fortunate to attend Innovate 2012. Preparing for it meant printing off a bunch of the emails and putting them in a folder. Old-fashioned? Absolutely! I thought it would help me be organized. (I’m currently in treatment for organizational impairment.) What it meant was that everywhere I went I was carrying a big ‘ole …Read more at the full article: Being Organized for Innovate!
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Zotero and Evernote offer two systems of collecting, organizing and storing information. Zotero provides a more academically-oriented program than Evernote. At the end of this article, please find a list of features for both systems.
Zotero was developed by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. It’s free and will …Read more at the full article: Get organized with online tools
So you’re online and come across a really great recipe for homemade pop tarts and definitely want to try it — although, let’s be realistic, it’s doubtful you’ll get to it in the next month or two. So what’s the best way to hold onto this recipe?
You can go old super school and print it …Read more at the full article: Evernote – The Uber Notetaking Tool
No doubt you’ve heard about the pulse digital pen, if you haven’t you can read
about how it works here.
I decided to take the pulse pen for a spin at the beginning of winter
quarter and see if it could do all that Livescribe claims it can.
Being a student, I had variety different challenges to test the …Read more at the full article: The Pulse Digital Pen – Does it stand up to the test?
The Pulse SmartPen, enhances handwritten note taking,
using a special pen and special paper. Let’s say you want to take
notes during a Lecture. The Pulse system allows you to not only write
notes but also record the lecturer’s speech at the same time.
Afterwards, you can tap the pen to a specific spot in your notes to
hear what …Read more at the full article: Pulse SmartPen at the Digital Union