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Research Paper Workflow

In a comment on my post Why I Use Emacs, which was mostly a hat tip to Don Knuth's observation about enjoying your tools, Nick Higham points us to his post on the same quote. Higham is a mathematician whose … Continue reading

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Where Work Goes to Die

Swizec Teller has an amusing article in DZone on Why Offices Are Where Work Goes to Die. The article is, as I say, amusing but it also mines several nuggets of truth. Irreal, as you doubtless know to your sorrow, … Continue reading

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Karl Voit's Digital Workflow

I am, I must admit, fascinated by Karl Voit's work in capturing, storing, and indexing the digital files that record his life. I've covered some aspects of this before and will doubtless cover other aspects that I find interesting. Today, … Continue reading

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Karl Voit on Digitizing Your Paper

I've written before about Karl Voit (1, 2, 3) and his quest to record and digitize every aspect of his life. His Memacs system, which collects data from his email, phone, social media and other sources, is an excellent example … Continue reading

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