Your studio - tutorial
Recording podcasts, movies, streaming - all of this can be done from the warm, cosy comfort of your own home. The way you set up the camera, light, audio, and equipment choice sounds quite complicated. The tips in this text should brighten up a lot in your head. And once you'll finish reading, you won't be able to say you can't.
How should you hold a pen properly?
The way you hold a pen (even if not properly) isn't something that's crucial in your life. However, if you have ever wondered why you hold your writing tools in your hand in such a way, and what's the right way to do it - we confirm, you may have done it all wrong your entire life. That's why we encourage you to read the article.
CoSchedule - marketing calendar
Do you have a lot of meetings to deal with? Your calendars don't close anymore, and with the number of sticky notes you've used up, you would stuff all the pillowcases in your living room? You don't have to worry about that anymore. CoSchedule will organize your plans and meetings, and best of all, you'll have access to everything in one place. This means only one thing - you won't have to search your thoughts frantically and continuously to make sure that something didn't slip out of your mind (and by the way, out of your calendar).
Amazon Empire film
All Netflix videos are already crossed out of your 'to watch' list? We recommend you to take a break with a documentary about Amazon. You'll see how Jeff Bezos has built one of the largest and most influential online stores globally and what does the convenience of this solution bring.
Bold and clear writing with the Hemingway app
To quote a great American writer and journalist Ernest Hemingway, 'Write Drunk, Revise Sober' - we only invoke the second part of his statement. This tool will help you improve your texts, check their legibility and clarity, indicate unclear phrases and collocations. Thus, it will allow you to take another fresh look at your text.<br />
25 most frequently recommended books for startups
On the Internet, you will find countless decks of obligatory reading lists for people working in startups. Are these the most timeless items? The author of the article has created more than 208 lists and 4000 recommendations with the help of Google, and after many hours of arranging the data, he made this list.
Txt. file to increase productivity
A list of things to do? Task-trackers? Performance-enhancing applications? Anything new and connected with time management seems tempting to you, but then you get discouraged? Here's Jeff Huang's story, who used a single text file as the organization tool for 12 years.