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Tips & Tutorials for higher ed: productivity

Tips & Tutorials for higher ed: productivity
Many of us have favorite tools that suit our workflows well, helping us accomplish our tasks and keep track of needed bits of information. Below you’ll find a list of applications, services, and utilities that I use almost daily. Workflow. I’m a big fan of ToDoist, my preferred task manager. For the way I work, it’s a better option than Apple’s Reminders. I know I know. Let’s backtrack a minute. A few weeks ago, coincidentally during Day of DH 2016, it was brought to my attention that Voyant, a web-based text analysis tool, had upgraded to Version 2.0. This has been a popular tool with ProfHackers (I’ve written about using it as has Brian), and the new version is a great improvement. a cleaner, crisper appearance better cross-platform and mobile device support (all tools in HTML5, no Flash or Java Applets) advanced search capabilities, including wil… Last week, I introduced readers to Installatron, a tool that’s very useful for backing up and cloning WordPress installations.

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How To Plan and Prepare Meals for One: Creating an Easy Weekly M Cooking for One Is a Challenge Cooking for just yourself is always a challenge, whether you are starting out on your own and setting up your first kitchen, or you are moving on to a smaller household where you'll be cooking just for you every day. How can you eat nutritiously, yet economically? How can you avoid spoilage and waste? How can you make sure you always have a wholesome meal at your finger tips when unexpected company arrives? The answer? I'm going to show you how to create a weekly menu of foods you really want to eat, using one of my own easy weekly menu plans as an example. Let's Get Started Pick a day of the week to put time aside for planning. First and most important, think about what you like to eat. Pay attention to your body's needs. Think simple. Let's Create the Menu Now that you've jotted down what you like, it's time to build a menu. This sample menu is based on my food preferences. To the Grocery Store

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AT&T Busts Out 3G USB Modem And Hybrid ExpressCard Modem AT&T released two new wireless connectivity options today, one being a 3G USB adaptor from Sierra Wireless, and the other, a Hybrid ExpressCard modem. The former rocks Mac and Vista compatibility, while the latter is limited to just Windows Vista applications. The Sierra Wireless Aircard 875U 3G USB adaptor is marketed as a universal adaptor (everyone has a USB port, but not necessarily a PCMCIA or ExpressCard slot) for wireless broadband connectivity. The Hybrid ExpressCard modem – the Option GT Max 3.6 Express – brings HSDPA and EDGE support to the ExpressCard slot in your notebook. About The Author Will Park Will hails from The City of Angels - Los Angeles, California. Sell Your Old Cell Phone for Cash Buy a New Cell Phone


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