Tag Archives: Scrivener

Academic workflows revisited

It’s been a year since I wrote this post on academic workflows. The way I work has changed a bit since then – some apps have gone out, some have been added, and the relationship between some of them have … Continue reading

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Academic workflows: when to use what, and how

Dellu (who has blog very similar to mine, but addressing Windows, check it out here) left me a very good question on my post about Circus Ponies Notebooks: How do you develop your workflow between Scrivener, Papers , Sente and … Continue reading

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Writing academic texts with Scrivener: Making your non linear writing projects pleasurable

I’ll declare my bias upfront: I really love Scrivener. If I have to point to the most important change I’ve done over the past year in terms of improving my writing processes, it’s shifting from Word to Scrivener.    One … Continue reading

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Working across platforms, part 1: Mac and Windows

Like many others in the university sector, I work in a Windows environment. At work, I have a PC (although I usually also bring my mac with me) , and nearly all my colleagues develop their research using Windows programs. … Continue reading

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