Tag Archives: Sente

Organising your research (and the rest of your life) with Devonthink

I’ve been meaning to write a post on Devonthink for a while, and while I initially wanted to explore some more of its features first, two things prompted me to write this up now: First, a conversation I had with … Continue reading

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Managing your research literature: Sente versus Bookends

While I have been using Sente for a while to manage my PDFs, I’ve been curious about Bookends since I first heard about it, and recently I decided to check it out. In this post, you’ll find my first impressions … 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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Reference Management: Exploring Sente

So, over the past few months I have been exploring Papers and Sente for organising my literature and annotating pdfs. In this post, I’ll be outlining my experience with Sente so far. It’s somewhat of a love/hate relationship, but it’s mostly … Continue reading

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