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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The iBooks format is loaded with useful screencasts, movies and image galleries stepping the reader through new and innovative ways to use various Paperlss and iOS applications for the perfect paperless productivity workflow.
Paperless: A MacSparky Field Guide
More Posts By This Author. I felt the book was mostly a guide promoting specific apps, programmes I’m English and scanners.
You need to have an iPad to read it, and you can only read it on the iPad. This is the sort of macspaky that books on a tablet  make possible.
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I personally look forward to future titles from David Sparks. I think this is possible. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Paperless takes the mystery and fear out of going paperless with your Apple technology.
So much extras to explain both why go paperless and how. I appreciate the effort David Sparks went through to compile all this information into a nice “field guide”.
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It is iPad only. If you’re even the least bit intrigued by the idea of going paperless, I recommend giving this a read. Sign up for our free newsletter.
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One thing I like about the guide is that it is strongly infused with his opinion. My favorite parts is when the author explained his Action folder, and where to keep it. I will try to make do with my iPhone, iPad and the one page of advice in the bo Of most value if you have an iPhone, iPad and Mac. The material is accessible to beginners and power users alike with a thorough explanation of all the hardware, software, and workflows necessary to finally conquer paper. That means less administrative work and more time billing!
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I read version 1. And for the first time in my career, my desk has no paper on it. Mentions Hazel without listing detailed workflows, meanders through the basics, provides broad coverage of the essentials but not enough detail or insight. It mixes text and video examples well.
Paperless: A MacSparky Field Guide by David Sparks
If after that you want to ignore the rest of this post macsparly buy it, head on over to the iBooks store.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It then covers the following high-level topics: It’s a beautiful book and for that alone it deserves 5 stars but the content is useful and practical if not costly.
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Sparks also covers a few favorite third-party automation programs, including Hazel and TextExpander. And the screencasts add a lot. Customer Reviews Paperless – a MacSparky field guide. I only give five stars to books that changed my life and which I would recommend that every person reads. Very Useful and Engaging! Not really something for me.