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. […]
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 […]
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.
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 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 […]