Category: Getting things done
Who cares about authority?!
Who cares about authority? We all should – but differently.
In which I come over all spiritual and stuff
What the Wiki?!
Want to toy with your librarian? Try wikipedia!
The ‘Out The Door’ rant
How to think more like Apple
How a librarian can be a postgrad’s best friend
How can you make more use of your university librarian? Karen tells you how.
Don’t type “format c:”
Where I explain that I am not actually a geek.
An approach to time management as a metaphor for my life
Can you write 1000 words in a day? Linda Kirkman says “yes you can- at least a 1000 word blog post!”.
How to write 1000 words a day (and not go bat shit crazy)
Once I had to write 60,000 words in 3 months. This is how I did it. It’s not pretty, but it worked.
Zotero vs Endnote 4: the battle is on!
This guest post is by Gabriel Oguda, who is studying for an MPhil in Health Promotion at the University of Bergen in Norway. Gabriel makes a convincing case for exploring other options when it comes to bibliographic software.
reading like a mongrel
In this post I hone in on the first problem almost every PhD student confronts – how to make sense of all that information out there…