Airtable Reviewed by Meaghan O'Riordan, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library, Emory University [PDF Full Text] Airtable is a web-based application that archivists can use to organize and clean data, as well as establish collaborative workflows. Airtable was founded in 2012 by Howie Liu, Andrew Ofstad, and Emmett Nicholas on the “…belief … Continue reading Airtable

Asana Reviewed by Becky Briggs Becker, Editor-at-large [PDF Full Text] Asana is one of the oldest task management web applications available, releasing as a free product in 2011 as the result of two former Facebook engineers coming together to create a productivity and collaboration tool to track multiple projects simultaneously.[1] The two engineers’ company introduced additional … Continue reading Asana

Microsoft Planner Reviewed by Becky Briggs Becker, Editor-at-large [PDF Full Text] Planner is the task management web-based application available in Microsoft Office 365 premium, business, and educational subscription accounts. Microsoft initially released Planner in 2016 as an alternative to its decades old, separately sold, and more complex project management tool known as Project.[1] Following the blueprint … Continue reading Microsoft Planner

Grizzly Labs: Genius Scan and Genius Scan+

Originally posted on 2014-03-18 Accessed 12 February 2014. Reviewed by Maristella Feustle, Music Special Collections Librarian, University of North Texas [PDF Full Text] Genius Scan is an app for capturing and sharing images and documents. It is available for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, with a free version and a premium version, “Genius Scan … Continue reading Grizzly Labs: Genius Scan and Genius Scan+