If you are one of the bajillion people who have downloaded iOS 6 since it became available last week and are furious/frustrated with Apple for doing away with the Google Maps app in lieu of it’s own less-than-ideal brand new Apple Maps app, there is a workaround if you want to revert back to using the far superior and far more accurate (IMHO) Google Maps so that you can actually arrive at the correct destination.
News, tips, and reviews about mobile, desktop, and web apps.
I have been hooked on Evernote for several years now. It is by far the single most highly used app in my personal and professional information management system. I use it all day every day — on my Macs, my PC, my iPhone, and my iPad.
In this second post in my series on apps to manage my work and life, I take a step back to introduce Zotero, the main tool I use to archive and organize my professional and intellectual research.
I frequently get asked by colleagues, friends, and family what apps (web, desktop, and mobile) I use to organize my work and life. So, I’m going to make a concerted effort here to blog a series on my personal and professional information management workflow. How I archive my “professional” or “intellectual” research — the stuff I read, study, and save for more than just casual reading or interest.
There has been much chatter on Twitter this week due to it being the 100th anniversary of the Titanic and its ill-fated maiden voyage. And this reminded me of a post that I have been meaning to write for a good year or so, showcasing some of the innovative ways that historians and future historians are using Twitter for historical reenactment.
My initial observations of the new Facebook Pages design that became available to all Pages this morning.