As soon as Paperless shipped, I began making a list of things I wanted to update. I found a couple of amusing/horrifying typos. But moreover. Paperless has ratings and 29 reviews. Ron said: This well crafted e-book is perfect for productivity nerds. Even if you’ve already got a paperless wo. Read a free sample or buy Paperless by David Sparks. The MacSparky Field Guides – The Best Tools and Workflows to Get Paper Out of.

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Sep 06, Ron Lemise rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: You need to have an iPad to read it, and you can only read it on the iPad. It turns out [1] that it was none of the above. You want to bring your practice into the 21st century. Not macspsrky something for me.

It gets there magically via DropBox. This chapter also explains how to sign digital documents on the Mac, iPad, and iPhone. This chapter also demystifies optical character recognition and explains how you can put mcsparky to work for you.

I found the overlap of these workflows to be daunting and I wish he had lain out a specific use case for each naming workflow. Why Paperless What is the big deal with paperless and why do so many of us struggle with it? I’ve been going paperless sinceand have tried it all. And of course the part abou why Hazel is such an essential part in going paperless. Paperless is available to download on Apple Books. If you use a Mac, have an iPad, and want a great guide to going paperless, I think David has hit it out of the park with Paperless.


This is kind of cool. And for the first time in my career, my desk has no paper on it. Using TextExpander and Hazel and a rigorous naming scheme together was new to me and is something I will adopt in my own office.

Paperless By David Sparks Review

Which probably exacerbates its biggest weakness: This is the sort of thing that books on a tablet [2] make possible. Of most value if you have an iPhone, iPad and Mac. Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. Gives some great tips and techniques!

I think this is possible. The book includes 32 screencasts, 4 movies, over 26, words, and other rich-media assets to turn you into a paperless ninja. Lists with This Book. He has spent a paperless of time thinking about his tools and workflow, and has tried to make it as efficient as possible. If you’re even the least bit intrigued by the idea of going paperless, I recommend giving this a read. I think it serves as a model of how ebooks should evolve over the next couple of years.

It is focused solely on going paperless with the Mac and iOS. There were only sparse mentions of each separate use case and plenty of overlap.

May 24, John Busteed rated it it was amazing Shelves: Who am I kidding: Refresh and try again. Very practical guide to going paperless. Oct 21, Alan Williamson rated it liked it. Screencasts and text show the great potential of electronic books. I have paperlesw one quibble.


Paperless By David Sparks Review

And there is one aspect of the paperless office I think could stand some elaboration. The iBook Author textbook format of this book really works well. I know that some people may want to read it another way [3]. Brooks Duncan – May 21, Reply. I only give five stars to books that changed my life and which I would recommend that every person reads.

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Jun 23, Mark rated it really liked it. I felt the book was mostly a guide promoting specific apps, programmes I’m English and scanners. I read version 1. Customer Reviews Paperless – a MacSparky field guide. Want to Read saving…. Leave a Reply 5 comments. Capture Discover how you can capture paper and other digital information with the Mac, iPad, and iPhone.

It is pretty big. One thing I like about the guide is that it is strongly infused with his opinion.

Really great primer on how to go paperless. Which is the whole purpose of reading this book.