- The New GM? and church…
- Clear thoughts at Let’s Stop…
- Organize Your Workspace for Maximum Productivity is a post that will definitely get used when I move offices.
- I appreciate the wisdom at Notes for Young Clergy
- Three Ways to Make Conferences Better – Annual Conference, anyone?
- Good tactics can be found at: Why it’s wise to launch softly
- You have to Pick One.
- I have found that my iPhone increases my Mobile Productivity.
- Power Down For the Planet – Good plan.
- Simple Guidelines for Workplace Quality over Quantity – This is a dream list for me.
- A perspective that makes me stop and think at Video Venue Churches: Pay your taxes.
- The most powerful word is no – Amen.
- I love it – Boom Done
- An Open Letter to Young United Methodist Clergy is worth posting again.
- Great questions and a powerful prayer at Shaped by the Gospel
- Never Finished is a reminder that I need quite often.
- Open source the web church now contains a potential invitation to collaboration
- Overcomplicating Simplicity
- God is like physical therapy – true
I use iTunes nearly everyday when I am at church and use my iPod nano most days that I am on the road. During this current season of spending time at Saint Luke’s Hospital, Resurrection and home I enjoy listening to podcasts of sermons, tech shows and productivity tips. iTunes and the iTunes Music Store provide an easy way to keep up to date on all of these things.
How do you use iTunes?
I use Google Docs because it exists in the cloud and I get the same access to my documents at any computer connected to the internet. This is great as right now I may find myself working at Saint Luke’s Hospital, Resurrection, home or on the road. I have all my documents wherever I go in a common easily editable and sharable format.
I also use Google Docs as a document management system. I scan documents and upload them to Google Docs. I can view them online any time and do not have to keep the hard copy. I will always be able to print hard copy if I need them. What is this Google Docs of which you speak? Check out this video…
How do you manage documents – word processing or paper filing? Suggestions?