MacSparky debuts field guide to going paperless

Have you struggled with developing an effective paperless workflow? If so, author David “MacSparky” Sparks has published a field guide to going paperless which you might be interested in. It’s available for download from iBooks for $5.

Topics covered range from optical character recognition, naming, indexing and storage conventions, best use cases, and a variety of resources that can assist you in developing your own working system.

This is no glorified PDF: Sparks’ book takes full advantage of iBooks Author, which Sparks used to create it: it contains over 26,000 words, along with 32 screencasts, four movies and other rich media content – over an hour and a half of video, all told (which explains why it clocks in at more than 800MB).

It’s available in the US, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Austria, Germany, and France, with more countries coming soon.



  • humanbn

    Yeah going paperless is a whole new animal for many businesses.  But, it can increase the bottom line if done right.  I watched a webinar on it at http://www.freepaperlesswebinar.com It was helpful to have someone answer my questions live.