From The Junto, a sample digital workflow, using Papers and Scrivener. Most of my workflow centers on TurboScan and Zotero, but Papers sounds like a promising tool, especially with its OCR tool. However, I’d be wary about adding another step to my workflow, which already seems cumbersome sometimes–you mean I have to add this to Zotero AND Papers? Maybe I could use Papers to winnow down what’s REALLY important from my research files, and then only dump those into Zotero. And while this week I returned to the Scrivener writing fold to overhaul a chapter draft, I ran into some problems using the program to write AND manage my sources. Zotero just does a better job of keeping everything organized, and I use BetterSnapTool to divide the screen between my Zotero notes window and the jpg or pdf I’m working on. The idea of an “iTunes for PDFs” sounds great, though–any Papers users out there?
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