• Posts Tagged ‘evernote’

    Flat-hunting tool: Evernote

    by  • 15 February 2013 • Flat-hunting, Tech • 0 Comments

    So I’m flat-hunting. With Evernote. How does this work? I get daily alerts I’ve signed up for SpareRoom’s early bird service, so I can be allowed to contact adverts that were posted on the same day. Every day, I get emails with all the new adverts that meet my criteria. I’ve set up searches,...

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    Flat-hunting: an iterative process

    by  • 13 February 2013 • Flat-hunting • 0 Comments

    The shortest blog post ever. I have a canned reply for adverts of flats. And I realised today that I’ve edited it nearly every other day a little bit. I’ve also edited my original “I’m looking for a room” post. Here is the updated version. If you’re bored enough, you can compare it to...

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    Here are the insides of my notebook. How do you work?

    by  • 21 December 2012 • Drawing, from my notebook, Tech, UX & Design • 0 Comments

    My friend Peter Warwick-Mahoney, web developer extraordinaire (and a fairly awesome human, too) just tweeted about how a lot of his work starts on the back of an envelope, challenging the twittersphere to reply “how do _you_ work?”. I love learning about how people get things done, and quite fancied writing a reply longer...

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