Happy holidays, eh! (December 4, 2010, 3) - I sent my first batch of Christmas cards two weeks ago, raiding my stash of Philippine-themed Christmas cards. Good thing, too. My sister had apparently been planning to send the exact same design of cards, so she scrambled to find a Dutch card instead.
Ever the geek, W- suggested a Christmas card protocol to eliminate
Sketches: What index cards are teaching me about drawing (January 23, 2011, 2) - I resolved to spend less time writing and more time drawing. Today was difficult. I had too many stories to tell, too many thoughts to catch.
My thoughts flitted about, escaped. Drawing was frustrating. I felt inarticulate. And yet, slowly, I started to be able to breathe with it.
But then, an afternoon later, I found myself
Colored index cards (May 10, 2005, 0) - I love posting my productivity ideas because every time I do so, I get
comments suggesting even better ways to do things. Today’s tip comes
from Christopher Allan Webber, whose
colored index cards are leaps and bounds ahead of my deck of
plain white index cards. He has some cool ideas here!
He uses colored notecards to separate his notes
Inventory systems (July 12, 2003, 0) - - http://inventory.sourceforge.net/ catalog and track
all of the hardware (computer level, its sub components, perferials,
and software installed (including multiple OS per each computer) on
it, and the licenses associated with each software component.)
- Alist (http://www.brains2bytes.com/alist/)
Alist is a program that collects hardware and
How I use my Hipster PDA (May 8, 2005, 2) - After all my experiments with wearable computing
using a one-handed chording keyboard and a speech synthesizer,
I’ve found that the most portable device for me is still a 3×5 pack of index cards bound with a fold-back clip.
Jokingly dubbed the “Hipster PDA” elsewhere on the Net, this low-tech device is surprisingly flexible and easy to use.