The TextExpander guide for academics

Type Less. Eat more ice-cream. Welcome to the Mewburn-Downs guide to using TextExpander. Here’s the promise of this book in a nutshell: Without working any harder, you can save time with TextExpander by typing less, but still producing the same number of words. TextExpander is an app that runs in the background on your computer; ...continue reading.

The uneven U

Publishers often send me academic writing books to review. I happily look through every book, but if I think I can’t wholeheartedly recommend it, I just don’t write a review. I don’t want to crush a fellow author’s soul. The rejected titles sit sadly, in small piles of guilt, on the bottom of one of ...continue reading.

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