Tag Archives: iPad

Managing Personal Projects Using NotePlan

The Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology defines a project as anything that requires more than one task to achieve its goal, and it is optimized for projects in which the majority of tasks is completed by oneself rather than delegated … Continue reading

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The Pad & Quill iPad Pro 10.5 Oxford Case

I have a thing for gadget cases and bags, particularly ones made of leather, so not long after I bought the IPad Pro 10.5 I started looking for a case. The case needed to protect the iPad but not add … Continue reading

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Pad & Quill Oxford Case with Keyboard

I have found a way to use the Apple Magic Keyboard with my iPad Pro while it is in the Pad & Quill Oxford case.

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Size Matters

As I write this, I am watching the mens doubles tennis match at the Olympics between France and Spain on the new iPad, while my Nexus 7 is at hand should I need to quickly look something up. Both tablets … Continue reading

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Chasing Wiggly Icons

When I set up the new iPad, I opted to not restore from a backup. The data I store on the original iPad is synchronized with Internet services like Evernote and Google, so I didn’t have any photos or contacts … Continue reading

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