Year: 2019

Quick Take Review: Otter.ai Works But Still Needs to Listen Better

Quick Take Review: Otter.ai Review of Otter.ai…Otter.ai transcribes audio conversations. The app performs real-time transcription with delayed corrections. It can also process existing audio files. [note align=”right”]Otter.ai Pricing Basic version: Free with 600 minutes Premium version $99.99 a year or $9.99 a month (6,000 minutes)[/note] I have used Otter.ai in a number of situations, from.

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Review: Kemove Keyboard Kickstarter Prototype

A Kickstarter in China called Kemove reached out to offer a review of their new keyboard. As a person who types ninety percent of my day (just ask Grammarly), I said, “sure.” What intrigued me about this keyboard was its small size and that it leveraged mechanical keys, which are beloved by those who type.

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QuickTake Review: UAG Watch Straps

QuickTake Review: UAG Watch Straps UAG, known more for its innovative and cool phone and tablet cases extends its line into watch bands, which they call straps. UAG Active Watch Strap If you are tired of leather and clasps, holes and buckles, consider the $59.95 UAG Active Watch Strap made of high strength nylon weave.

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Review: Rocketbook Beacons a Must Have for Every Facilitator

Review: Rocketbook Beacons If you live on a whiteboard, the new $15 Rocketbook Beacons are a must-have. After Rocketbook sent me a set, it took me a while to test them. I no longer work in a world of whiteboards. I work from home and do most of my sketching on an iPad Pro with.

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Review: HELM True Wireless 5.0 Headphones Great Balance Between Features and Price

Helm True Wireless 5.0 Headphones offer outstanding value for an above-average audio experience. While it seems white wireless earbuds hang ubiquitously from many ears, Apple hasn’t cornered the market. Innovation and style come from many corners, not the least of which is Helm Audio. I saw these intriguing, diamond cut and shiny headphones promoted in.

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Market Analysis: Why Mind Mapping is a 21st Century Necessity

Why everyone needs to mind map The future is non-linear. No, the arrow of time does not shift back-and-forth against itself. But stories that start seemingly in one place, may begin in an unexpected quadrant and end nowhere near an anticipated destination. Some just call that good storytelling, but when the stories involve real-world facts,.

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Review: FŪL Crosby—Travel Efficiently with Just the Right Stuff

I was walking through an airport and caught a glimpse of the FŪL Crosby ($240) out of the corner of my eye. To be honest, I caught a glimpse of the Crosby more than once. I have an affinity for small bags. I travel a lot and I hate carrying stuff. I usually wear a.

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Quick Take Review: Twelve South StayGo USB-C Hub

Twelve South StayGo USB-C Hub: Twelve South doesn’t just make well-designed leather cases for iPhones and iPads. It also makes a variety of accessories. The most recent is the Stay Go USB-C Hub. Overview of StayGo USB-C Hub: MacBook Edition This round-edged black rectangle houses a 4K HMDI port, 3 USB-A ports, Ethernet, USB-C, along.

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Serendipity and Milton’s First Folio: Discovering Milton’s Annotated Copy of Shakespeare’s First Folio

A post pointing out the value of social media in driving serendipity. Serendipity and Milton’s First Folio outlines the discovery of the scholar through twitter, and eventually the unrecognized connection between the annotations she studied and John Milton’s handwriting.

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Strategy and The Environment: Why Engineering To Save The Planet of Our Memory May Be The Wrong Choice

Strategy and The Environment: Nature adapts to change. That is its superpower. And nature plays the long game. Nature adapts to survive. Humans view the world through a truncated temporal lens. Most humans harken back to childhood memories of ponds, of lakes freezing over, of the unbridled nature caught on camera by Cousteau and Disney..

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