productivity archives

Stratepedia Picks for March 30, 2012

Aaron PDF Pals: This list of apps, reviewed and ranked by the editors of MacWorld, is worth looking at if you’re in the market for an app that will allow you to annotate PDF files on your iPad. BrowserQuest is … Read

Share

Boost iPad productivity with the new Box OneCloud app

Box, an entrant in the Dropbox-style file syncing and sharing game, on Wednesday introduced a pretty exciting new service and corresponding app for iOS devices. First, the app: Box has been available for iOS for awhile, but this update offers … Read

Share

Links for Tuesday, February 7: Layered multitasking, avoiding online scams, and questioning Khan Academy

Happy Tuesday–today I’ve got three links to share with you and hope you’ll take some time this week to look over each of them. Layering: Multitasking That Actually Works: This article details a tactic I’ve always used to stay up-to-date … Read

Share

In defense of leaving your iPad’s external keyboard at home

Amber and I have written a number of posts on the benefits of connecting a physical keyboard to your iPad. Today, though I’d like to share reasons I have pretty much quit toting my BlueTooth keyboard along with my iPad. … Read

Share

How to stop wasting time on the Internet

If you’re like me, you have zero tolerance for people who waste your time in meetings. So why do we let them waste our time online? What can we do to limit others’ ability to interrupt our workflows? Aaron Shapiro … Read

Share

3 tips for more productive iPhone and iPad use

Here’s something I learned the other day: Do you know what the most common use of a smart phone is? I’ll give you the answer at the end of this post–but while you ponder that here are some ways to … Read

Share

Use Asana to manage meetings and tasks

Asana is a free online tool that helps to delegate tasks and keep team members informed. Notes are stored online and can be accessed anywhere. Creating an account is free and relatively painless; you’ll just need to check your email … Read

Share

5 ways to work with Office documents on an iPad

Are you interested in leaving your laptop behind on your next business trip, with only your iPad in tow? You’ll probably need some sort of office suite on your tablet. There are a handful to pick from, with varying feature … Read

Share

Manage projects online for free with Freedcamp

Since the demands on our time seem ever-increasing, it is becoming more and more important to stay organized. The area of project management, particularly when dealing with a group, is one that can slide out of control very quickly. There … Read

Share

Siri’s back as an iPhone 4S-only virtual assistant

Long-time readers may recall my post about Siri, a “virtual assistant” for the iPhone that combined speech recognition and harvesting of open, online data services to intelligently help you get things done. A few months later, Apple bought the technology … Read

Share
← Older posts