Is it possible to do real writing work on the London Underground? Matthew Stibbe ran a four-week experiment to find out. Read the article for more.
Tag Archives | Tools
Change the way you write in Word by learning the tips and tricks that make it easy to navigate your own writing. Every writer should learn these Word hacks
PowerPoint has a bad reputation, but the program doesn’t make bad presentations. People do. Learn how to use PowerPoint more effectively with these tips.
Looking to boost your concentration and time management skills? The Pomodoro Technique will work for some, but personally I found it wanting.
iBrainstorm fails to redefine the nature of collaboration. Easy to use but it fails to wow. I’d keep hold of your whiteboard and marker pens, folks.
A slew of options exist for online collaboration and multi-person document editing tools and here we let you know how Quip measures up in particular.
In the post-Google Reader world, Feedly and Bloglovin’ are battling it out to be our new best content-delivering friends. This is my review and verdict.
Notebooks inspire intimacy and a rush that is incomparable to anything digital. They make ideas tangible. This best of the web is dedicated to notebooks.
OmmWriter provides a peaceful, distraction-free writing environment which is perfect for short work, but ill-suited to longer and more complex pieces.
Brainstorming – we’ve all been asked to do it. Just let go and let the creativity flow right? Well, this is the best of what the web thinks of that.