As soon as Paperless shipped, I began making a list of things I wanted to update. I found a couple of amusing/horrifying typos. But moreover. Paperless has ratings and 29 reviews. Ron said: This well crafted e-book is perfect for productivity nerds. Even if you’ve already got a paperless wo. Read a free sample or buy Paperless by David Sparks. The MacSparky Field Guides – The Best Tools and Workflows to Get Paper Out of.
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My one critique would probably be the overabundance of options presented. Sep 06, Ron Lemise rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The integration of text and screencasts and graphics of various kinds is very effective. If you want to increase your productivity, make your paper-handling life more simple and effective, this is the book you need.
MacSparky Paperless Page Of course, as I mentioned earlier, this means that the downloads are quite large, and it means that you can only read it on your iPad. You can find Brooks on Twitter at documentsnap or brooksduncan. I know some of you print documents out and macspxrky them.
Get it now and get better at being paperless. David also writes for Macworld magazine macsparly speaks about technology. He has spent a lot of time thinking about his tools mavsparky workflow, and has tried to make it as efficient as possible. Mentions Hazel without listing detailed workflows, meanders through the basics, provides broad coverage of the essentials but not enough detail or insight.
The material is accessible to beginners and power users alike with a thorough explanation of all the hardware, software, and workflows necessary to finally conquer paper.
There macwparky more than one author in the Goodreads database wit David Sparks is an Orange County, California business attorney and a geek. I have only one quibble. So much extras to explain both why go paperless and how.
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It’s a perfectly lovely intro to the topic with some good tips, and one assumes improves with each revision, yet at least as of 2. Towards the end, I really got some good tips in having an even more automated approach. David is also a podcaster, blogger, and author who writes about finding the best tools, hardware, and workflows for using Apple products to get work done.
Jun 25, Leo rated it it was amazing. Jun 04, Tobi rated it it was amazing. If you’re even the least bit intrigued by the idea of macssparky paperless, I recommend giving this a read.
We are unable to paeprless iTunes on your computer. One thing I like about the guide is that it is strongly infused with his opinion. I only give five stars to books that changed my life and which I would recommend that every person reads.
Would it be an eBook in PDF format? He also explains native shortcuts and third-party apps that can help you automate this process — which are demonstrated in detail via screenshots and screencasts. Preview — Paperless by David Sparks.
Ditching Paper? MacSparky to the Rescue
David is also one half of the dynamic duo that produces a podcast called Mac Power Usersand a recurring topic there macspafky going paperless. This is version 1.
You’ll also receive paperless tips every two weeks via the mafsparky popular Paper Cuts. Really great primer on how to go paperless. The iPad saved me from this. In the old days, much of my paper mess was self-inflicted. Using TextExpander and Hazel and a rigorous naming scheme together was new to me and is something I will adopt in my own office.
The iBook Author textbook format of this book really works well. Here’s a look at a few of the lawyers who are pushing the limits. I’m very interested in being able to scan receipts that macsparoy recognized and filed for me by software. But seriously, better late than never: Sparks also covers a few favorite third-party automation programs, including Hazel and Macslarky.