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Sometimes, the Work Is Easier Than the Workaround

If you spend hours looking for tricks, gimmicks, and automations, you might as well do the actual thing

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When my favorite writer stopped writing, I decided to save all his articles, lest he delete them. I knew I could save them one by one in Evernote, but since he had published over 100 pieces, I thought there…




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