Dropbox Paper, Quip, and the rise of the minimalist word processor

Like a lot of people, I just spent some time checking out the new Dropbox Paper via the browser interface and using the mobile app on my iPad Pro and iPhone. As mobile devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note7, iPad Pro, and Surface Book Pro … “Dropbox Paper, Quip, and the rise of the minimalist word processor”

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3 things nobody tells you about remote writing projects

Image by freeimages user: vclare I’ve become sort of a student of remote working because for years now. A special area of interest is the changes (both good and bad) in dynamics and project management that sometimes occur when a remote technical writer joins the … “3 things nobody tells you about remote writing projects”

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5 productivity lessons my thyroid taught me

My Thyroid — actually the subsequent Thyroidectomy I had in October 2010 — has been perhaps the most prolific productivity teacher in my life thus far. The farther I get away from the surgery the more I’ve come to realize the productivity lessons from the whole thing. I had … “5 productivity lessons my thyroid taught me”

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