Evernote? Again?

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Yup, Evernote again. I talked about it a little while ago here and here. This time a pastor buddy of mine caught me preaching a sermon on the glories of Evernote and he challenged me to create a longer tutorial than I have done in the past. Here it is: all 16:34 minutes of Evernote [...]

Five Ways to Write Magnificent Copy

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Most writing could be better. Not just a little better — significantly better. If you start out with a solid topic, a good knowledge of your audience, and a reasonable degree of writing ability, you’ll usually end up with a pretty good piece of writing. But you don’t have to settle for “pretty good.” A [...]

Why I blog

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Some thoughts on beginning blogging from a writer at FlowingData…  I answered a few questions for Amstat News not too long ago, and the questions were centered around why I, as a stat grad student, take the time to write for FlowingData and why others should give blogging a try. The questions were more from [...]

The museum of me

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Related articles Attention Narcissists: Intel’s Museum of Me App Is for You [VIDEO] (mashable.com) The Museum of Me (neatorama.com) Intel’s “Museum of Me” (boingboing.net) Intel’s ‘Museum of Me’ is Cool, Creepy Facebook Fun (pcworld.com)

Why. I. Am. Doing. This.

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A long time ago during Apple days, I was privileged to work with Nilofer Merchant. She writes here… I believe in the power of stories. Stories are like Maps. They point to directions and paths that we might not have seen if not well marked. I share my stories, and my goal is to enable [...]

Start me up!

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An inside look at my morning routine and the tools I use to bring e1evation.com together… httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFHGIoLhyQQ In case you missed it, I’ve covered Google Reader in depth here, Feedly here, Gist here, and Shareaholic here… btw, I’m aware this not my best video yet, but I’m learning to use Camtasia which is a powerful, [...]