Wisebread.com provided a great summary of some of the perks you can get as a college student (and with the price of college today students can take all the perks they can get.) My favorite one on the list though is something that is a big money saver - Free Office 365 for college students with a valid student ID. This can be a huge savings and very convenient for new as well as current college students. If you have a valid college student ID or know someone who does, make sure they know about this perk. Now, what are you waiting for?
Using OneNote to organize a college student
It's that time of year when we're in the final stages of getting our new college students ready to head to their school of choice (hopefully) in the fall. Forms, emails, schedules, and reminders all come flooding in with many of them not due for weeks. How do you keep the firehose of information organized so both your student and you are confident nothing is falling through the cracks? My recommendation...turn to OneNote.
Being Productive with Todoist Location Reminders
I use Todoist for tracking all my tasks and things to remember especially when I am likely to need a reminder to get something done. One of the features I have begun using more frequently is the location based reminder.
Five minutes with the Samsung Chromebook Plus
I took five minutes in Best Buy to check out the new Samsung Chromebook Plus that's getting all kinds of attention in the press. Designed to be a solid performer in the $500 price range, I wanted to know if it had the features to be a daily driver for someone like me. Now this isn't a comprehensive review by any means, just my initial observations...