Definitely #Monocle. Trivia: Do you know that Tyler Brûlé, the editor-in-chief hates it when his staff drape their coats haphazardly from the backs of chairs?
I swear by Workflowy. It is a note-taking app that you could expand into subnotes if needed - much like the famous fishbone diagram, only in a form of a long, extended list. Give it a try here: Workflowy.com
I don't! Everyone at Stampede works remotely, so we are free to choose to work from home, or in any of our favourite cafes, in any city we'd like! Just make sure the timezones are aligned, that is all :)
https://the-pastry-box-project.net/d-keith-robinson/2014-May-7 "Experts may have the best answers, but beginners have the best questions. Experts may have very little to learn, beginners have everything to learn."
We have recently launched Stampede V3, the one we are most proud of :) http://www.stampede-design.com/
While my primary task is project managing, I wish I'd have learned the technical skills to web development much earlier e.g. HTML/CSS, programming, server setup etc. It should help me to understand my team members' tasks even more.
Everywhere! I am inspired by this Medium post https://medium.com/digital-nomads/d4ab72bd9280 where the writer works from every country he has travelled to. (Photo is of my previous workspace in Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam)