Managing Money Productively

April is Financial Literacy Month, so we’re going to chat a bit about how to be productive around managing our finances, then on to the productivity and technology news of the week. This week’s featured story covers Google’s new AI document scanning app, Stack.

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In this Cast | Managing Money Productively

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Managing Money Productively

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What Is Google Meet Global Dialing? How to Use It to Call Over 100 Countries 

How to Setup Google Meet Breakout Rooms in Google Calendar 

Casio unveils its first G-Shock smartwatch with Wear OS 

Google Assistant is getting a killer upgrade that gives you a second brain

  1. Google is testing Memory, an upgrade for Assistant to ‘save and find everything’ – The Verge

How to remove the Google Chrome Reading List on Mac and Windows

T-Mobile Switches to Google Messages as Its Default Messaging Experience

Samsung Cloud is closing down – so migrate your photos and files now

Rocketbook Axis: Smart, Reusable, & Customizable Notebook by Rocketbook — Kickstarter

The Verge: Google is making some big upgrades to directions in Google Maps

Taking Lecture Notes On A Laptop Might Not Be That Bad After All – Research Digest

The New York Times: Remote Work Is Here to Stay. Manhattan May Never Be the Same.

Nonprofit AF: We need to talk about our toxic obsession with productivity – Generocity Philly

How To Give Your Manager Feedback Without Sounding Like A Jerk

The Most Common Cause of Procrastination (and How to Stop it)

How Much Screen Time Should Kids Have And Why?

New Tools of the Week



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