In the previous posts, we went over the hardware requirements and selection, software and finally mobile software. It is now time to address the sources
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
Working efficiently in the digital world is not as easy as it sounds, in particular as you get more and more files to deal with.
In the previous post, I was directing interested students to the free book Organizing Creativity. There are a few more excellent resources on the web
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