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Before I start my post for this week – this is NOT a post attempting to be anti-apps or anti-technology. As anybody knows me, I like technology. I like my phone; I like my tablet (both of which are grey imports and that’s a topic for a future post); and I find many productivity apps such as Evernote; Simplenote; OneNote and ClearFocus really useful.
However I want to write a quick post as to why in many cases I prefer to use pen and paper instead of apps. Especially after reading Lifehacker’s articles about pen and paper and notebooks.
This Saturday past, I talked languages with Edinburgh Napier University’s Eurotalk Society president Sydney Chasin and society member/man of six languages David Beeth. Re-learning German and learning Russian myself, I know that studying languages are a great challenge and is a boost to your skillset. That episode is below as well as show notes at this link to the website.
Episode 4 is coming out on Saturday and I’ll be joined in a two-host chat format with Ross Campbell. Who is he? You’ll find out on Saturday.