Tech

Schedule Your Day-To-Day With a Freelancer Timetable

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The Freedom of Freelancing (and why it kind of sucks) Being a freelancer requires you to be very self-motivated. You may currently be transitioning from a full-time office job or being a student (like I am) and are now a little overwhelmed by the freedom of the freelance lifestyle. No longer are you being handed […]

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Why I’m Taking a Blogging Hiatus

This past weekend, I did two days of technological silence: no phone, no computer, limited television. It was joyous. Incredible, really. So refreshing to actually be with the people I was with, and enjoy my surroundings and conversations, rather than constantly reaching for my phone. It was interesting to see the restlessness that I developed, […]

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Photo Tips: Creating Your Personalized Workflow

There are lots of books and articles out there on workflow (or digital asset management as it can sometimes be called). Most often, they’re giving you a recipe for a workflow that you might adopt. This is all well and good, but that workflow may not work as well for you as it did for […]

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How to Watch American Hulu, Netflix etc. IN CANADA! (Tunnelbear)

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EDIT: Netflix reserves the right to update their terms of service anytime and they now reflect their disapproval of accessing content not meant for Canadian eyes. The use of a VPN like TunnelBear is at this time not illegal, but we are currently not able to say that using a VPN to access american Netflix […]

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Organizing your Lightroom Catalogs for External Harddrives

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Going to photo school involves a lot of post-processing work. The biggest issue of all is jumping from my computer at home to the computer at school and trying pick up from where I left off and staying organized. Lightroom makes things really easy if you know just a few little things about how the […]

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Calvetica | A quick and beautiful calendar app for iOS

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Obviously time management is critical for the self-employed and/or freelance workers. Thus these first two apps being reviewed for my iPhone app-re-cap week are directed towards that goal of making sense of your life. Calvetica is a beautiful calendar replacement app that exceeds in being quick at inputting new events. It only takes a couple […]

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Astrid | A happy, handy little to-do app for iOS and Android

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Part of my week of iPhone apps, after departing with my lovely phone – this first app is thankfully also available on Android, and it even offers some extra features with my new phone! Whether you consider yourself in a creative profession or not, we’ve all go a lot of things on the go. Out […]

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Transitioning from iPhone to Android | App Reviews and more

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*List of apps at the bottom of article* Tragedy struck last week, when my iPhone took a swan-dive and before I knew it, before I could soften the fall with my shoe… the screen was cracked. It still works fine, but all the same it’s not super useful as a phone, when it’s hard to […]

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Planning Home Improvement Using a Floor Plan + an App review of MagicPlan

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This isn’t so much a thorough app review of MagicPlan as it is a brief experience recap in context with my thoughts on planning home improvement projects. Jessica and I have moved into an apartment together, and as such, things are currently a disaster. Now that all of our stuff is in the same space, […]

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Managing lots of subscribed content – A “read-flow” | Reviewing Newsify and other apps

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Jessica is very much the book reader in our relationship. I, on the other hand, read quite a few rss feeds. However, it’s gotten to the point where I’ll have so many unread items (probably from too many subscriptions), but I also don’t want to just go and mark them all as read and start fresh, […]

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