I recently had a chat with Ernest Hebert, retired 25-year-plus professor of creative writing at Dartmouth College. Author of “The Old American” and “Never Back Down”, Ernie is best known for The Darby Chronicles - including award winners, “The Dogs of March” and “Spoonwood”. For those engaged in writing of any form, Ernie gives some excellent insight … Continue reading Interview with Ernest Hebert, Award-Winning Author and Professor of Creative Writing at Dartmouth College
I recently had a chat with Martine Ellis from (martineellis.com) about how she puts WorkFlowy to work behind the scenes with her podcasting. To follow, there's also a link to a podcast interview she did with me a couple of days ago. A few things I've gleaned about Martine: Martine is from Guernsey, an island in the … Continue reading How Martine Ellis uses WorkFlowy to Stay on Cue with her Podcasting
Today I’m joined by Michael Hyatt, New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World and co-author of Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want. Michael blogs, podcasts and develops online courses on leadership, productivity and getting your product offerings … Continue reading An Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author, Michael Hyatt, on How he Uses WorkFlowy in the Making of his Massively Successful Courses.
I recently touched base with "rawbytz" a programmer and prolific WorkFlowy hacker - who pointed out that top of his wishlist, he wanted a slackline for Christmas. I had previously installed his "Clip to WorkFlowy" Chrome extension and all 3 of his amazing WorkFlowy Stylish styles. I have since gotten the scoop from rawbytz on half a dozen WorkFlowy hacks … Continue reading The “Clip to WorkFlowy” Extension and “The Lowly URL as The Irreducible Atom of Work Management”
I recently touched base with Doc Harrill, AKA, Dee Jay Doc, a raving WorkFlowy fan and founder of Fresh Camp, “A youth leadership institute cultivating youth voice and neighborhood health through community-focused hip-hop-in-action projects.” If that sounds like a mouthful, wait until you see what they’re producing and serving up. Pun intended. We’ve had a … Continue reading An Interview with Dee Jay Doc who Takes us on a Behind-the-Scenes of his Hip-Hop Projects with WorkFlowy
Today’s interview gives us a peek into, Dr. Andus’s WorkFlowy modus operandi and why it’s such an essential, baked-in part of his life. Dr. Andus, a PhD social science academic, is based in the UK, conducting qualitative research… and has a kick-butt blog, “Dr Andus’s Toolbox” where he dissects and gives us his take on … Continue reading An Interview with Dr. Andus on how WorkFlowy Stacks Up Against other Organizational Apps
In today’s interview I pick the brains of one of my favorite bloggers, Halsted M. Bernard. You can find and follow her blog at cygnoir.net. Originally from Northwestern Pennsylvania and currently living in Edinburgh, Scotland, Halsted is heading back stateside in January - where she’ll be getting her bearings in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her … Continue reading An Interview With Writer Halsted M. Bernard on Her Work, Using WorkFlowy for Fiction and Writing a Novel in a Month