Category Archives: Software

Nestpick and New Adventures

I am moving back to The Netherlands in June and I had a hard time finding a good, affordable place for the summer months, as I will be doing an internship in The Hague until the end of September, until I found Nestpick (I also tried other housing websites, friends and family and Facebook, but everything was either not available or quite expensive).

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A tiny bit infatuated with Evernote | Coding and grounded theory put into practice

I think I’m a little late to the party. Friends of mine have been using it for ages for class notes, for which I’d never seen the need because my use of MS Word and Dropbox or my OneDrive has been working beautifully for a long time. Truth be told, I only installed the programme last week after I read Ryan Holiday’s article on the commonplace book. As much as I love writing, these days I do most of my writing work on a computer and it makes sense I have the largest part of the commonplace book on my computer as well for easy access.

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