Hipster PDA: Month view (April 26, 2005, 0) - Being able to quickly see my schedule for two months totally, totally
rocks. My iPAQ didn’t have the screenspace for something like that,
but my 3×5″ pack of index cards with some inserts from an organizer.
In particular, aforementioned monthly templates make planning
get-togethers so much easier. I can print index cards for these too,
but then it’d be a
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.
PIM love (April 6, 2005, 0) - I am completely in love with my latest indispensable personal
information management tool:
A 3×5 deck of plain (unruled) index cards.
Seriously. A 3×5 deck of plain index cards and a writing implement
like a black gel pen, a black 0.5 Pilot Hi-Techpoint (which just gives
me a great feeling) or a Mongol #2 pencil is my geek survival kit.
Hipster PDA: GTD Tiddly Wiki (May 12, 2005, 0) - Miguel Javier said:
GTD Tiddly Wiki is a GettingThingsDone adaptation of JeremyRuston’s
Open Source TiddlyWiki. The purpose of GTD Tiddly Wiki is to give
users a single repository for their GTD lists and support materials so
they can create/edit lists, and then print directly to 3×5 cards for
use with the HipsterPDA.
No kidding. I wonder what we should do to
Introducing the Hipster PDA (June 2, 2005, 0) - by Sacha Chua
(Sneak preview of m-ph entry for tomorrow)
“I’ve found the perfect PDA,” I gushed. My friends perked up. Knowing
how much of a geek I am, anything I was that crazy about was bound to
be interesting. They leaned over and watched as I reached into my bag
and brought out…
… my Hipster PDA.
Introducing the Hipster PDA