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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I read version 1. Change can be difficult, but tremendously rewarding. It gets there magically via DropBox. Get more Attorney at Work! The inclusion of video demos takes the e-book reading experience to the next level.
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. I just have to second you reccomendation. The content is helpful and highlighted many things I can add to my regular routines. But there is so much good stuff in there!
I like the thought behind a landscape style layout. Jun 04, Tobi rated it it was amazing. Overview Music Video Charts.
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Very Useful and Engaging! TextExpander, which expands small snippets of text into whatever you can think of, was mentioned as a way to name files, as well as Automator, and Hazel. Just a warning for all you PC people who are thinking about buying it. 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.
It mixes text and video examples well. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Most would agree that paperless is the way of the future. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. If you use a Mac, have an iPad, and want a great guide to going paperless, I think David has hit it out of the park with Paperless. Jun 23, Mark rated it really liked it. If you own a Mac and have aspirations of becoming paperless in either business or personal contexts, this book is a great place to start.
Other Books in This Series. Start Your Free Trial. There are some cases where I personally do things differently, but that is what is great about this stuff: Saud Omar rated it really liked it May 29, I will try to make do with my iPhone, iPad and the one page of advice in the bo Of most value if you have an iPhone, iPad and Mac. An enjoyable read, but not a hugely enlightening one.
Jun 25, Leo rated it it was amazing. To ask other readers questions about Paperlessplease sign up. View More by This Author. If you’re even the least bit intrigued by the idea of going paperless, I recommend giving this a read. I will try to make do with my iPhone, iPad and the one page of advice in the book for Windows users.
Jan 18, Colleen rated it it was amazing Shelves: Would it be an eBook in PDF format? The multimedia and interactivity made this book a pleasure to read– I read it in one day. About The Content Paperless starts with a discussion of why you might want to go paperless, and then jumps right in with a brief overview of a paperless workflow.
At times I wished I could literally see a step by step video of David scanning a do The format of this book is wonderful. This books runs on all versions of the iPad. About the Author Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. I think it serves as a model of how ebooks should evolve over the next couple of years. If you want to increase your productivity, make your paper-handling life more simple and effective, this is the book you need.
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Maxsparky provides free and confidential practice management assistance, guidance in implementing new law office technologies, and methods to attain healthy, sustainable practices. Jul 08, Roger rated it it was amazing. This chapter also demystifies optical character recognition and explains how you can put it to work for you.
More of an overview of how to go paperless than the detailed nitty-gritty I had hoped this would contain. I especially appreciated the naming and hazel demos. Meeting With a Purpose. I am really looking forward to seeing what other Field Guides he has cooking.