I have been grappling with this idea repeatedly, and it isn't the last word on the subject. I might be revisiting it in the future. Twitter makes for some interesting conversations at times, but one must keep in mind that those are merely snapshots of thoughts. It can never replace the medium of a blog, … Continue reading Social media for oncologists: Is it worth it?
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I had planned to do some kind of a "review" for reference managers. However, the author has done a better job than I could do. His workflow dictates Paperpile. I like the application, but their web service is entirely dependent on Google. I dislike Google Drive- it syncs horribly, and there's no comparison for Dropbox. … Continue reading #Reference Manager Showdown: a full review of #Papers 3, #Zotero, #F1000, and #Paperpile (+ ReadCube)
It was a good challenge. After weeks of experimentation, I finally could nail the workflow. Download paper from various sources after identifying the important context. Highlight the important aspects of paper. I am using PDF Expert for this (on Mac). Add my comments (which appear as block quotes) Extract annotations through an excellent web called … Continue reading Nailed it! My workflow for paper annotation
I agree. I was looking for a Ulysses replacement. It is a great application but I am getting my head wrapped with their subscription model. The price isn't worth it for the effort you plan to invest in blogging content from the desktop. I don't mind paying but my 1 year of subscription didn't do … Continue reading Why blog?