Looking for a coffee shop to work in? Work Hard Anywhere can help

You probably know the feeling. You’re out in the world, laptop in tow, with some time to spare between appointments. Or maybe you’re on vacation in an unfamiliar city and need a quiet spot where you can get a bit of work done — preferably somewhere with fast wifi, accessible power outlets and good coffee. But if […]

Posted on February 16, 2017 at 9:00 am by editor · LEAVE A COMMENT · Tagged with: , ,

New tools for freelancers

What freelancer doesn’t love a new app or tool that promises to improve their business? Here are a couple that have popped up over the past few weeks. As a bonus, these ones are fun to play with. Canva If you’re in need of new business cards, flyers or photo promo cards, Canva will help you create […]

Posted on May 14, 2015 at 9:00 am by editor · LEAVE A COMMENT · Tagged with: , ,

Gadgets and Gizmos. What are the top apps for freelancers?

by Lesley Evans Ogden Ever thought that if you just worked more efficiently, you could save precious time to spend: with your family/significant other/cat in the outdoors exercising learning new skills making more money writing an award-winning screenplay doing yoga on a standup paddleboard the list goes on… As a freelancer, time is money. The […]

Posted on June 4, 2014 at 9:00 am by editor · LEAVE A COMMENT · Tagged with: , ,

Appy holidays!

Be of good cheer, freelancers. There’s a work lull approaching (you’ll get at least a day or two off, if you’re lucky), along with the possibility of stockings stuffed with book-scented perfume and gift cards for the app store. But how are you going to spend those digital dollars? Plants vs. Zombies 2 doesn’t come out […]

Posted on December 21, 2012 at 9:30 am by editor · One Comment · Tagged with: , ,

WaPo gets excited about aggregating news, but who’s getting paid?

The Washington Post Co. has reportedly invested between $5 and $10 million in developing Trove, a free personalized aggregation service that will collect news from 10,000 sources online. WaPo’s senior vice president and chief digital officer, Vijay Ravindran, says it “probably won’t save journalism on its own, but it’s a start.”

Posted on February 21, 2011 at 4:13 pm by editor · LEAVE A COMMENT · Tagged with: , , , , , ,