What is Wonder Tools & why subscribe?
Find out about useful new stuff. Discover what’s new with a short weekly email.
- What’s in the email? Useful sites & resources to save time and to help you do what you do a little more creatively.
- Join more than 15,000 subscribers. Many are journalists, teachers, creators, leaders and curious digital explorers.
- Each post helps you find new things to make your work more efficient, creative and enjoyable.
Get an unbiased, independent take on the Web’s most useful sites and apps to save yourself having to do exhaustive research
The newsletter highlights new sites, apps and other online services from an independent perspective. You get concise explanations of how a tool is useful and what to use it for, with examples, screenshots and use-cases, as in these recent posts.
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What people say about the tool tips
I’m an educator and journalist. I love creative tools that make life better. I spend a lot of time exploring new stuff — sites, apps, podcasts… I love sharing these in brief email bites. My day job: I’m director of teaching & learning at the Newmark Grad School of Journalism. I used to write for Time Magazine. Before that I was a violinist. More about me here on my site. Or on Twitter or LinkedIn or YouTube.
Some past posts:
How and why I use Roam, a terrific new tool for note-taking that I’ve switched to from Evernote
Grain, Descript, Vowel and beyond: A summary post on some of the most useful new sites and apps launching this fall
* Posts are concise, with clear sections & bullets so you can scan
* Discover new sites and apps to save yourself time
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