Scenes from underground
Bored people quit
The rise and fall of the independent developer
The Great Reduction
The danger of neglecting time alone
Just curious, how do you keep the links handy which you find during the week? Do you use a note-taking app, bookmark function of a browser? What is the workflow which you have developed?
I look back through links I’ve sent out on Twitter and things I’ve bookmarked.
Alternatively, you can use Evernote for note-taking and other similar tasks. I find it extremely handy and versatile. Just google Evernote for more.
That reply was part of the reason I asked. I had hoped to get a few responses of different workflows. I looked at Evernote a while ago, but didn’t dive into using it because I really don’t like having a myriad of accounts floating around the net (I just can’t keep up with them all !).
So I started using TomBoy notes with my ubuntu one signon. I don’t think it is as full-featured as Evernote, but it works for me.
I would love to hear other mathematicians’ workflows.
Michael: I touched on my workflow for doing math in this blog post.
See also digital workflow.
John D. Cook
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