A Three Part Note-Taking Series Note-taking is fun. Most of my writing starts as a note somewhere. It might originate from my academic work or my morning journaling. These notes often form the basis of long-form, polished writing (e.g., manuscripts,
A quick guide to focused meeting notes from a highly introverted academic. I often prefer writing over talking. That’s just who I am. But, in my day-to-day workflow, conversations are important. For example, meetings often require a lot of talking.
Some disadvantages about e-ink tablets and e-ink monitors for academic reading, writing, and note-taking. Are they worth your time? These days, we spend extended periods in front of a computer screen. Constant exposure to backlit devices can feel draining.
All the good things about using the Supernote A6x. E-ink devices like the Supernote A6x can make note-taking a fun experience. I no longer own the Supernote, but there are some features that I miss about it. After using it
All the good things about using the Remarkable 2.
E-ink devices are where technology, productivity, and fun meet. Although my e-ink tablets could not help me with my…
Annotate, summarize, process, and produce. This is my ideal workflow for going from reading articles to completing manuscripts. These steps get me to my first draft. Reading is fundamental for developing new and interesting ideas. As a sleep researcher
I manage my work schedule with three key tools: my task manager, note-taking app, and calendar. Without proper maintenance, my task list gets cluttered. I currently work as a postdoctoral research scientist who specializes in sleep research. There will