Author name: Luc Beaudoin

Luc P. Beaudoin Co-founder, CogSci Apps Corp. My Cognitive Productivity books.

CogSci Apps is Growing!

We at CogSci Apps are very grateful to our customers for using Hook to improve their cognitive productivity! We seek a Growth Manager for the digital marketing of Hook productivity software. To quote from the job ad:

David Sparks and Daniel Gorin join the CogSci Apps Corp. board of advisors

We are delighted to announce that David Sparks & Daniel Gorin have joined CogSci Apps’ board of advisors! 🎉 The participation of Daniel and David on our board of advisors further attests to the significance of Hook productivity software, and helps realize its full potential. Read about it on the CogSci Apps blog Sign up …

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💡 Learn Daylite, Hook, keyboardmaestro and Zapier with Tim Stringer!

There’s a great opportunity to learn from @timstringer about getting more out of Daylite with some great automation software and OmniFocus. LearnOmniFocus tweeted: Join us Wed, Apr 27 🕙 10-11am PDT and learn: ✔ The basics of @dayliteapp ✔ How to link #OmniFocus + Daylite with built-in features, @HookProductvT & @keyboardmaestro ✔ How to use …

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BBEdit: A powerful, highly linkable, text editor for creative work and note-taking

Create more productively Whether you’re simply filling out a web form, drafting a topic for a forum entry, replying to an intricate email, or creating something quite substantial like an article or even a book … you’ll be more productive if you Hook your BBEdit documents. Fill out web forms without losing your mind (e.g., …

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🎉 Announcing the Manifesto for Ubiquitous Linking: Professors, Developers, and Podcasters Unite for You to Be Able to Focus More

🎉 Great News! 23 Mac app developers, professors and podcasters have jointly originated/signed The Manifesto for Ubiquitous Linking, which will be published on Dec 6, 2021 EST ! This is a very significant development for everyone who values being able to access information with hyperlinks on any device. Following its preamble, the Ubiquitous Linking Manifesto …

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