As you can see from this post about using Google sheets to grade Quizlet progress, I have ingrained Quizlet into the infrastructure for my human body systems class. I am a massive fan of the automatic feedback and learning that happens with using Quizlet for this vocabulary instruction, and my students frequently comment about how helpful it is.Read more
Once a year I use a really helpful Siri Shortcut to schedule and plan for a year of meetings.
This shortcut makes calendar events and OmniFocus projects for each of my department meetings so I am never caught off guard.Read more
I have been on Twitter for several years now, but I have never fully jumped in. I have purchased Tweetbot, and that has helped me enjoy consuming Twitter, but I still want to do a better job of contributing.Read more
I plan on writing a post all about Hazel in the future but I wanted to share a specific use case for Hazel that others might benefit from.
In short Hazel is a very cool macOS tool for automating the moving and naming of files. I know that does not sound very fun but it is awesome. Again I will talk more about that in the future but let me just show you what I wanted to do:
David Sparks, writing for MacSparky.com
If you have TextExpander and use Apple Mail, I recommend trying this out. I use these scripts with nearly every email I write on my Mac.