At a recent business networking event, I met no fewer than three people who’d quit their PhD. Although they believed it was the ...

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In 1861, Charles Darwin wrote in a letter: “But I am very poorly today and very stupid and hate everybody and everything.” Ever ...

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Proofreading is perhaps the one activity I dislike even more than housework. This stage is unbelievably tedious, but absolutely crucial. Typos creep in ...

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Does this sound familiar? The long-awaited email lands in your inbox — it’s the feedback on that piece of writing. Your stomach ends ...

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It’s fun doing interviews, but who actually likes transcribing them afterwards? The novelty wears off after about 5 minutes. Unless you’re a fast ...

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My love for Zotero is great, but even I have to admit that it’s not perfect. Thankfully, a third-party plugin called Zotfile makes ...

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If you’ve been rummaging in the archives, you probably have a lot of digital images. They can be quite tricky to manage, especially ...

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In my previous post, I showed you a simple method of getting Scrivener and Zotero to work together. The method I’ll show you ...

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I love showing people how to use Zotero and Scrivener. Their faces light up when they realise how much easier life is going ...

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Laptops get stolen, memory sticks seldom survive an accidental boil wash (I’m on my third), and Word can be relied upon to corrupt ...

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