Tools that keep us productive and happy

In this episode, Eve and Corinne address the topic of tools; not necessarily CAT tools, but tools of all kinds that help us work more productively and keep us happy. We talk about tool categories such as editing and proofreading, images and image manipulation, incorporating, hiring service providers to work with you, and listening to music (important during a quarantine!).

Links mentioned in this episode:

Dragon Fly Editorial Copy Editing Checklist: PDF for download at the end of the article

PerfectIt editing software

ACES (the Society for Editing) Webinars –(free for non-members too, through July 31, 2020)

How to set up the Speak feature for Microsoft Office

To access Microsoft Read Aloud from Review > Read Aloud on the toolbar in Word or type READ ALOUD in the Search button at the top of the Word interface.

TextAloud text to speech tool

https://pixabay.comm – royalty free image site – royalty free image site – royalty free image site – royalty free image site – to create your own graphic designs

Marion Rhodes’ article on AB5 and company structures – project management tool – project management tool – power to do list and pm tool – project management tool

Wonderboom – Eve’s favorite portable, bluetooth speaker

AirShokz bone-conducting headphones–Corinne’s new favorite thing for phone interpreting

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Tools that keep us happy and productive

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