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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Paperless: A MacSparky Field Guide
Not really something for me. Jul 08, Roger rated it it was amazing.
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. Of most value if you have an mafsparky, iPad and Mac.
David is the host along with Katie Floyd and in my opinion carries the show. This was the first iBooks author-published book that I’ve read at least to my knowledge.
Towards the end, I really got some good tips in having an even more automated approach.
My favorite parts is when the author explained his Action folder, and where to keep it. Only this is worth a 5 star rating! And of course the part abou why Hazel is such an essential part in macspaeky paperless. It is pretty big. Open Preview See a Problem?
Paperless: A MacSparky Field Guide by David Sparks
Get it now and get better at being paperless. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Sparks includes ample screencasts of his workflow and makes each approach he describes easy to understand.
The beauty of the minimalist layout, with crisp, steampunk-esque graphics, is reason enough to download it. Just a one time pass through of his process. Macspar,y now I have the blueprint plans. I will say he loves his apps. As a paperless guide Ive found this to be really helpful. 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.
Paperless by David Sparks on Apple Books
Great looking photographs, highly useful video tutorial clips, and screen shots set this book apart. Macspadky know it speaks to my anal-retentive side. It is pretty crazy.
Some of the featured apps, especially the IOS apps, are new, and though some of them had crossed my radar, not all of them had, paperleds David’s surveys were interesting. I really enjoyed reading it and learned a lot. Nov 29, Stuart Mackey apperless it it was amazing Shelves: May 16, Thomas rated it really liked it. First, let me say, this is Mac-centric and his disdain for Windows machines shines through in the one page dedicated to Windows apps.
But there is so much good stuff in there! I have app choices and they weren’t affected by his recommendations and he didn’t hawk his choices too much, leaving you to choose pretty much whatever you like. If you use mobile devices in meetings and in the courtroom or want toSparks also describes how to access, modify and share digital documents, paperkess annotation and signing functionality.
And of course the book is beautiful.
So much extras to explain both why go paperless and how. The multimedia and interactivity made this book a pleasure to read– I read it in one day. Even if you’ve already got a paperless workflow setup for yourself, this mcasparky is still worth reading for it’s sheer wealth of tips, tricks and workflow recommendations.
May 19, Asier Tejada osegui rated it it was amazing.