- Using Dropbox for Word Editing on iPad (or, living without Quickoffice and using Pages)
- Google Drive for iPad adds rich-text editing for docs | TUAW
- Deleting all footnotes from Nisus Writer Pro – Easy!
- “Facebook IPO: Good for the Jews?” or anyone?
- From TUAW: Inkling to sell iPad textbooks in over 900 college bookstores
Author Archives: Targuman
As I noted last week Google’s loving update of QuickofficeHD has removed the connectivity with Dropbox. (They did make the app free, but you are stuck with Google Drive as your only cloud option.) The problem is that I was too optimistic … Continue reading
This is very welcome news for many if it means you can, in fact, edit RTF files. It will probably be this weekend before I can play with it to offer a report. Google Drive for iPad adds rich-text … Continue reading
I made some tweaks and updates to my translation of Targum Ruth and I wanted to update it on the site. Before I did that I wanted to delete all the footnotes. You see, I use notes in my translation … Continue reading
Inkling is an e-book publishing platform thats currently running an app on the App Store, and while Apple has been making an official push for more textbooks in iBooks, Inkling is strengthening its own holdings. The company has made a … Continue reading
Evernote Expands Note-Taking Empire By Acquiring iPad App Penultimate | Epicenter | Wired.com. The company that makes one of the best apps for taking notes, on mobile devices or otherwise, is scooping up another app.
My grad assistant @ericleewelch just sent me to this blog. Looks very useful to the likes of us. Academic Workflows on a Mac This is a blog about being a more productive academic with or without a Mac. We explore how to … Continue reading
Office, a set on Flickr. I recently recorded a podcast for the SHC with Dan Veltri, co-founder of Weebly.com. He noticed I had a few old Apple machines in my office. http://SacredTechs.com/wp-content/uploads/Podcasts/SacredTechs3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download
This is from TUAW and a useful chart it is. As I noted earlier this week, I do use text editors on the iPad, but mostly I use QOHD (which is not on this list since it is more than … Continue reading