Wacom Bamboo Slate

No, I’ve no idea what “Bamboo Slate” means, but the product has a definite use The Wacom Bamboo Slate is not a new product and not everyone would benefit from one, but it helps me in a specific way and might just be of interest to you. What is it? It is a writing pad. …
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Taming the Bits of Paper

Easily capture those small pesky receipts For all the wonderful computer programs, apps, wizards, bells and whistles, that are constantly being devised and updated, there is one area of everyday life that never seems to change – all those bits of paper that you have to keep, sort and file. Everything from rail ticket receipts …
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The Paperless Office

Having a paperless office is now more a question of trusting the technology and changing one’s habits than a question of technical possibility Way back in the mists of time (aka the 1980s), the “Paperless Office” was some kind of technological Holy Grail. Ironic, methinks, that this was also the time when computer programs used …
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Plus ça Change….?

I recently blogged that the computer market appears to be maturing in that there are fewer innovations in the hardware from year to year. All the bells and whistles that nerdy people used to add to their computers are now all built in and taken for granted. The hardware is still getting faster, but there …
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Of Evernote and Androids

I’m going to stop blogging about Evernote soon …but I’d like to just share my latest findings and opinions in case this will help you to decide whether or not to take the plunge. For the most part, I am still pretty confident that Evernote will become firmly fixed in my routines as my main …
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Evernote – taking the plunge

I’ve done it – I’ve committed myself to Evernote for my digital administration Following on from last week’s blog, I have started using Evernote to improve my digital organisation. It may be a bit premature to start recommending it, but I think I’m ready to take the risk. It’s a very versatile program, but it’s …
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Recommendations – Hearty and Otherwise

“Recommended”, “Maybe”, and “Time for Something New” Anyjunk Not so long ago, I blogged about the pile of redundant and knackered stuff that has been sitting in my flat for months. I stopped driving many years ago, so I couldn’t just take this to the nearest proper place myself, and I didn’t want to presume …
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