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Neat Desktop – What The Heck Is Going On?

In the past few months I’ve been flooded with emails from people looking to migrate away from Neat Desktop for their receipts and document scanning and organization. When you get one or two emails on a subject you assume it’s a coincidence. When it becomes dozens of messages, it’s time to see what is going […]

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Moving From Dropbox To iCloud Drive

Over time, many of us find that we’re paying for multiple cloud services that do more or less the same thing. This can easily happen in the Apple ecosystem – you can be paying for Dropbox, Box, or another cloud storage service and then also throw Apple some money every month to expand iCloud storage […]

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ScanSnap on Sierra – Your Experience?

The latest Mac operating system, macOS 10.12 Sierra, is out on September 20. How does the Fujitsu ScanSnap work with it? Are there any ScanSnap Sierra issues? Whenever a new Mac OS is released there are often a few bumps here and there, but this time there are some warnings from Fujitsu. Update 10/06/2016: Fujitsu […]

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The Freedmen’s Bureau Project Digitizes Almost 2 Million Slavery-Era Documents

Imagine how much work it would take to scan nearly 2 million Civil War-era documents related to newly-freed slaves. Now imagine the work involved to then go through those documents and painstakingly index the names and other information. This is exactly what the Freedmen’s Bureau Project did to help African Americans reconnect with their ancestors. […]

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Hazel Preview Button

I Love The Hazel Preview Button

It’s no secret that Hazel by Noodlesoft is one of my favorite applications for keeping my paperless documents organized on the Mac. Today I felt the need to talk about an insanely useful feature introduced in version 4: the Hazel Preview Button. (Windows users, a Hazel-y tool for you is called DropIt, though that doesn’t […]

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