So… it’s been a while. In the past, I usually aimed for about two to three articles per month. Lately, I was not able to maintain this schedule due to several reasons. Most importantly, I try to focus on my PhD. Then, there was a (much needed) vacation and just a lot going on. And I am not sure that the slower cadence will change any time soon. Sorry! But enough of the excuses, back to the content: Notebooks 12 (or Notebooks 3 on the Mac) has been released. Notebooks is an app that is comparable to DevonThink or KeepIt. …Read On
Schlagwort: Knowledge Management
Endlich da! Citavi Web im Test
Lange Zeit gab es die bekannte Literaturverwaltung Citavi nur für Windows. Seit kurzem ist nun die Betaversion von Citavi Web verfügbar. Ein erster Blick überzeugt. Es gibt aber auch einen echten Pferdefuß.Read On
Finally! A first look at Citavi Web
For a long time, the well-known literature management tool Citavi was only available for Windows. Recently, the beta version of Citavi Web has become available. A first look is convincing. But there is also a real drawback.Read On
Readwise – My new Information Hub?
Digital texts can be floating around in all kinds of apps. Getting interesting passages out of there to write notes with them, for example, can be quite annoying and fragmented. Readwise wants to be the missing piece in the middle here, bundling highlights from Kindle or Apple books, PDF, articles on websites or even podcasts in one place. I took a look at it. The problem with digital texts I read digital texts in many different ways. One is RSS feeds, which I use instead of social media to read exciting articles. Often, though, I don’t have time to read …Read On