I am happy to announce the 3rd edition of this popular book about how to create a nearly paperless office. Updates include more suggested uses for the scanning, storing, and safeguarding of all of your important paper. More importantly this edition covers the use of the latest versions of PaperPort 14 and Windows 8.
A special edition of this book now ships with the Xerox Digital Desktop Organizer, Xerox Digital Personal Organizer, and Visioneer Mobile Organizer.
New with this addition is the availability of a printed version. So now not only can you read this book on your Kindle or other electronic device, but you can have a printed physical book to hold on to. Yes, I know, it’s paper, but hey, we’re still going to use some paper for a while.
Available on Amazon.
For the female nerds (or the fleshier male nerds) out there I have discovered a site that will keep you supported in style. This one looks like a stocking stuffer to me.
If Trek isn’t your bag you may also pick Star Wars, Ninja Turtles, Super Mario Bros. and more.
I sometimes reflect upon what a nerd is as compared to a geek. I have always referred to myself as a nerd since I used to identify with the “nerd” characters in movies. But on my journey of inner-reflection and self-discovery I recognize both nerdy and geeky characteristics, as defined by other geeks and nerds on the Internet.
So I found this great diagram online that defines various types including nerds, geeks, and even dorks and dweebs.
Turns out, nerds are at the center of it all! Now I used to be more socially inept but I’m a well adjusted grownup now. And I realize that I may jump back and forth across the nerd/geek border from time to time. But my loyalty lies with the Nerd Union!
So tell me, are you a nerd? A geek? Other?