Last week I posted a series of posts that explained how I use/do a lot stuff. Whether it was about using software or simply about my processes, I hope i left a valuable trail of content for you to look at.
But there’s more stuff that I do, more software that I use that goes well beyond what I discussed in a week’s worth of posts. The question I have for you is: Should there be more on how I use/do things?
There’s two reasons that I’d like to explore this more.
- There’s software, services and processes I use that I have been using for a while, have a routine in place, and think you could benefit from hearing about.
- There’s software, services and processes that I’m just getting started with and want to see how deep the rabbit hole goes. Services like AwayFind, apps like Marked and processes like how I’m writing my book. I think we could both benefit from me writing about these things here.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on these things. Do you want to hear more about the “how” in my workflow? Are there any particular pieces of software, any specific services or any processes I use that you’d like me to elaborate on? While I may go ahead and do them anyway (probably not in a dedicated week, but over a longer period of time), I’d like to hear your ideas, suggestions and the like in the comments.
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