December 22nd, 2013 · 87 minutes
David and Katie talk to Dr. Jeffery Taekman, a physician, researcher and educator at Duke. Jeff takes us through his various workflows for getting work done in his profession including using his iPad in his medical practice.
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For show 100, Katie and David are joined by several amazing listeners (including academics, authors, pilots, and more) as they talk through their own Mac and iOS workflows.
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Simple and efficient text editing for Mac, iPhone and iPad.
Editorial is a plain text editor for the iPad with powerful automation tools and a beautiful inline preview for writing Markdown.
Papers is an Apple Design Award and Ars Design Award winning solution for managing research literature.
Skim is a PDF reader and note-taker for OS X. It is designed to help you read and annotate scientific papers in PDF, but is also great for viewing any PDF file.
Jeff Taekman, M.D. Macworld Article on making meeting notes.
Bowtie is a desktop accessory that allows you to see and control your music (iTunes, Spotify, Sonora, or Rdio) with customizable shortcuts, advanced Last.fm support, and hundreds of beautiful themes available to download for free.