The Ultimate List of Useful Online Tools (Infographic)
This is a list of online tools that have proven themselves helpful in handling everything from automation to collaboration, from writing to citing, from website coding to party planning.
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Steven Johnson’s New Book, Where Good Ideas Come From Inspires a New Site: SlowHunch.com
If you do anything with the web – or want to develop more creative ideas – you must rush out and buy Steven Johnson’s new book Where Good Ideas Come From. One of the central themes of the book is that an idea is a process, not an event. A great idea, Johnson explains, doesn’t […]
Keeping a Commonplace Book
By Theryn Fleming (Beaver) I love commonplace books; the most recent entry in my own is from the photographer Alfred Stieglitz: Nearly right is child's play. —Michael Dirda When I was eleven, my godmother gave me a hardcover notebook.
Social Media: Nothing New? Commonplace Books As Predecessor to Pinterest
Kelsey McKinney says writers have been aggregating, storing and sharing information through commonplace books for centuries—it’s only the technology that’s changed. Plus, a trove of beautiful commonplace books by Lewis Carroll, Nancy Cunard and more, selected by The Harry Ransom Center.