Hello and Welcome to Organizing Creativity! :-)
Besides Blog Postings about multiple topics (chronological vs. content overview), the second edition of "Organizing Creativity" is freely available as PDF here (donationware, you can download it without paying anything, if you like it, spread the word and show that you care by buying one of the commercial versions).
Script about Writing with Content Outlines (German version only)
If you understand German, the following script (which is written in German) might be interesting.
- Bad News for Time-Travelers, Great News for Historians
- Using that Conference Poster Session
- Laypeople’s access to scientific research when participating in research
- Smarter Smart Watches
- Question: Does anyone know whether the TV series “Mission Top Secret” is available on DVD or digital download?
- Change needs experience
- Dealing with Negative Comments
- Sometimes you have to first increase the distance to your goal to reach it
- Minimum Requirements to React to Comments
- Other Criteria for Good Discussions
- Minimum Requirements to React to Comments | ORGANIZING CREATIVITY on Online Discussions
- Other Criteria for Good Discussions | ORGANIZING CREATIVITY on Let the Bigots Speak Freely
- Other Criteria for Good Discussions | ORGANIZING CREATIVITY on Online Discussions
- Let the Bigots Speak Freely | ORGANIZING CREATIVITY on Online Discussions
- Using Videos in Presentations | ORGANIZING CREATIVITY on How to deal with keynote files that crash when you try to open them (movie conversion error)
- Blog Related (21)
- Book Information (25)
- Feedback (66)
- Improving your Creativity (336)
- Inspiration (233)
- Science (216)
- Self-Improvement (84)
- Slightly Off-Topic Postings (30)
- Something to Think About (85)
- Tools (172)
- Uncategorized (2)
- Writing (91)
If you are using DEVONthink check out the "A Digital Workflow for Academic Research" blog. The author does cool things with Scripts to make working with DEVONthink easier.
Another interesting site is academipad by Jo(achim) Scholz. Some very interesting tips on "using the iPad, Mac and iPhone in research, teaching and learning".
Stephan List has an interesting blog about productivity, but it is in German. If you understand German, check it out at toolblog.de