I’m pretty excited about my new job that I’ve been at for about three months now. One of the great parts is the allowance for on the job time to beef up my coding skills.
I wrote about the entire journey for our “Inside iDoneThis” blog; go check it out here.
Losing your favorite photos, your entire music collection, or your most important documents is something none us want to experience, yet there are still so many of us that either have an inadequate backup strategy or none at all.
I’ve written a full tutorial over at Tuts+ covering exactly how you can protect yourself with Amazon S3.
Check it out here: How to Backup All Your Files to Amazon S3
Mind mapping is a great way to capture your thoughts and organize them visually. By planning with a mind map you promote creative thinking and avoid forced linear thinking. And yet, mind mapping often ends up being a buzzword, with little explanation by what it means and how you’d go about making a mind map. I’ve written a full tutorial over at Tuts+ covering exactly how to get started with mind mapping.
Check it out here: Mind Mapping 101: The Visual Way to Organize Information
nvALT is a powerful and fast note taking tool. It’s great for keeping running lists and creating reference documentation on–the–fly, and is absolutely essential to my daily workflow. I’ve written a full tutorial over at Tuts+ covering many tricks from tagging, markdown preview, Simplenote integration, and more.
Check it out here: Superpower Your Note Taking Skills With nvALT and Simplenote
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