a folder for the trendy kids

September 16, 2008

Creating content is life giving. Managing all of it? Well, that’s kind of like wading into the river Styx. With new files added every day, my documents folder gets a little stuffy. I know I’m not the only one; last spring, I wrote a post about how I organize my documents using Leap and Hazel. […]

another mac software bundle

April 8, 2008

An ad in the latest MacWorld magazine is promoting another MacUpdate bundle. Starting April 16, MacUpdate will have a new software package available. I mention it here, because at $64.99, it will include both Leap and Hazel. These are the two key software pieces I used to organize my documents folder, which I mentioned last […]

leap at maczot

March 29, 2008

Yesterday, I raved about Leap. This weekend, as hoped, Leap is half-price at MacZot. The handful of video tours available from the makers of Leap offer a look at how useful Leap is. If you’ve ever spent more than three minutes looking for a file, then consider Leap.

spring cleaning the documents folder

March 28, 2008

This is part of an ongoing series called Blinders where I explore some of the ways I streamline my computer workflows to minimize distractions. Spring seems to be reluctant to make it’s way to the Pacific Northwest this year. I decided to coax it along with a good spring cleaning in my documents folder. Documents […]

yep at maczot

March 21, 2008

Yep is available for $20 from MacZot today only. It’s a spiffy little program for, well, spiffing up your workspace by reducing paper clutter. It’s worth a look if you don’t have it. Thanks to the recommendation of Unclutterer, I picked up a Fujitsu ScanSnap to use with Yep. They are pricey but worthwhile if […]