Having a PDF management system, which allows in-app citation (e.g. WORD, Pages, Mellel, …), is a necessity for scientists and researchers. On OSX, we have
Wired is running an interesting piece about the latest operating system from Apple. In part past, Apple provided free or very low cost upgrade for
I will post more once I get to try them but version 3 for both Mac OS and iOS of Papers are available for download.
For those of you following the tech world, in particular computers, the announcement of the A7 64 bits SoC probably got a WOW out of
I receive around 500 e-mails per week to my work e-mail account. About 40% of these e-mails are not “important” in the sense that they do not
Mendeley is a serious options for those looking at a PDF management (and in text citation) system for scientific literature. It is a rather good
For a long time, I used Quicksilver until it went un-supported for some time (or let’s say less supported for a while). Nowadays, I use Alfred.
LaTex / TeX has been a favourite of scientists for a long time. For many, TeX typesetting is considered to be producing the most beautiful and elegant
In the previous post I was describing the free Zotero scientific manuscript management software. Through a comment via this blog and others, I was pointed
If, as starting graduate students, you are following my first key advice of reading on a regular basis scientific manuscripts related to your field of
In the included figure, you can switch Things for your favorite task manager. However, at this time on the Mac I do not think you
Previous installments: Part I: Introduction and hardware Part II: Mac Software Part III: Mobile Software
For those who might not have read the first post in this series about the hardware side of things, please have a look: Digital Office I
The majority of graduate students that I had the chance to supervised (yes I consider student supervision as a core mission of being a researcher