Match your next read to your destination using this “literary travel agency”
While few people are avidly pursuing international (or even domestic) travel right now, here’s a neat site to bookmark for later: The Book Trail. It’s a search engine for finding books that match your travel destination. For people who love to armchair travel, no need to save it for later. Use it now!
Create your own music shows using Spotify
If you’re a Spotify user, you can now choose tracks from their catalog and combine them with your own talk segments to make a new kind of show or podcast—for free. It’s powered by Anchor (owned by Spotify). If music plays a significant role in your work, this is worth a look.
One of the best new features for Keynote users
I teach online almost every week, and it inevitably requires a slide presentation. Unfortunately, when presenting through a meeting software like Zoom, playing your presentation often means you see nothing on your computer screen except your slides. FINALLY there is a solution. Apple Keynote (which I devotedly use) has a new handy selection, “Play slideshow in window.” You can now present full-screen slides without the presentation taking over your whole screen. For anyone without a second monitor, it’s a godsend.