Tag Archives: docs
I am a sucker for ways to improve my reading/writing workflow. If you are a blogger, student, or teacher, you likely have similar needs. My “go to” approach has been to collect ideas and content in Evernote and then write … Continue reading
I wish Google would add another option to commenting. The system as it exists seems optimized for collaborative writing. Adding a “commenting” option that would kind of fit between suggesting and viewing would be better suited to peer editing. Suggesting … Continue reading
I hate when companies change their terminology. Why is this necessary when pretty much everything remains the same? It makes what I write seem dated. OK – ignore this mini-rant. If you use online Google services, you may have noticed … Continue reading
I do not purchase Word for my own equipment, but I do use Word on the machine in my office purchased by the university. Students tend to submit their major work (theses, dissertations) to me in a Word format. I … Continue reading
I generate few presentations in Google docs so I was slow to discover this feature (I knew it existed for word processing). I use Explain Everything to develop presentations to cover when I am going to be out of town. … Continue reading
Why use Google docs rather than the new Microsoft services. Eric Schmidt suggests that free is better. Note Eric Schmidt spot on Chicagoland (BTW – an interesting documentary).