Hook Discussed on the Web

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玉树芝兰 @ SSPAI.com on How Hook Connects with and Compares to Other Software

At SSPAI.com, an Asian technology review website, 玉树芝兰 (nkwangshuyi) has written an excellent detailed review of Hook. In particular, it explains how Hook uniquely differs from and complements existing software. It shows how Hook’s two way links enable you to connect information in disparate apps, including personal information management tools like DEVONthink and Roam. It …

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Hook on MacStories “Find Without Searching”

MacStories is a daily publication about all things Apple that attracts millions of readers every month. We rely on MacStories too I myself (Luc P. Beaudoin) subscribe to “Club MacStories”. I look forward to their weekly email because it always contains thoughtful insights relevant to the Apple ecosystem in which I am a passionate participant. …

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Discover Hook with this New ScreenCastsOnline Video

ScreenCastsOnline is a large and growing library of high quality video tutorials that help customers learn about great software, including Hook productivity, to do more and better work with their Apple devices! ScreenCastsOnline first covered Hook when Hook was still in private beta May 2019. Since then Hook has changed a lot. This week, ScreenCastsOnline …

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Hook 2.1 supports Apple Notes and Obsidian; Hyperlinking manifesto coming soon

As you likely know, in November CogSci Apps released Hook 2.0 – 2.0.3. Hook has become a truly universal automatic, contextual bookmarking app. It has long been known that note-taking is an essential way to extend your memory and understanding. One of the major benefits of Hook is to enable you to create notes (in …

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Mac Power Users: Cognitive Productivity with macOS Interview

I (Luc) thoroughly enjoyed being interviewed by David Sparks and Stephen Hackett on Mac Power Users (Episode 560), which was published Nov. 1st. Our discussion revolved around Cognitive Productivity. We discussed challenges to our meta-effectiveness. And we talked about solutions, including Hook and other software and books. CogSci Apps also works at the intersection of …

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MPU Covers Hook, Many Great Linkable Apps and More

David Sparks (@MacSparky) and Stephen Hackett (@ismh) produced another entertaining and insightful episode of Mac Power Users (#549). They interviewed master Mac coder, Brett Terpstra (@ttscoff). In sum: three very productive people talked about software that supports their productivity and hobbies — including Hook! Episode 549: @ttscoff returns to the show to talk about the Touch …

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