This guest post from director and “On the Lot” reality TV game show finalist Zach Lipovsky has some great tips on paperless filmmaking apps.Read more "5 Reasons to Stop Using a Paper Shot List"
Wherein I explain how I’m releasing the shackles of paper and gaining a profound sense of freedom and order.Read more "How I Use Evernote for My Paperless System"
How I use Evernote to track files and folders on my hard drives, making it a snap to go back and find certain folders and documents.Read more "Using Evernote as a Virtual Hard Drive Library System"
Today I’m going to address something that may seem boring, but it’s a habit that every business should have. Creating policies and procedures for every aspect of running your business. Years ago my wife and I attended one of those business seminars where various professionals from different businesses get up and share their secrets to […]Read more "The Importance of Policies and Procedures"
Yesterday I did a review of Xmarks, a terrific way for synching your bookmarks across multiple computers and/or browsers. Another way you could technically sync “bookmarks” is by saving bookmark links in Evernote. I frequently do this. But there are some uses where traditional bookmarking is better, and some when Evernote may be best. How […]Read more "Evernote vs. Bookmarking and Some Evernote Tips"
I have no doubt that if you read this blog, you are most likely the kind of professional who has at least heard of Evernote. This Cloud app is widely popular due to its ability to help you create a paperless office. You can scan receipts and documents directly to Evernote with scanners like Fujitsu’s […]Read more "Seven Ways Creative Professionals Can Use Evernote"
I am crazy about the Cloud. I do as much of my business up in the “cloud” as possible. One of my favorite cloud resources is Google Docs. Now I know what you’re thinking, “Why use Google Docs if I already have MS Word, Excel, etc.?” I like the simplicity, speed, and power of Google […]Read more "Five Ways I Use Google Docs in My Business"
This past week people really seemed to connect with the back and forth correspondence between me and my Muse that started Wednesday with my series of letters to her, then ended Thursday with her frank reply. I think it struck such a chord because as creatives, we’ve all been there. In all seriousness though, if […]Read more "Getting the Most Out of Your Muse"