43 folders is collecting neat Post-it hacks. I love using Post-it notes to
organize my articles and presentations, writing down keywords on individual
notes and rearranging them until they make sense. I like using thin strips
for keywords and larger notes for storyboards. I like being able to see everything
at a glance and rearrange things without having to navigate using a keyboard or a
mouse. Post-it notes are a great way to put together impromptu presentations, too.
Just stick them onto the back of a folder and peel them off as you discuss the points;
that way, you don’t forget to discuss anything. Great stuff! I should add a pack to my
Geek Survival Kit (a pack of 3×5 index cards and a black gel pen).
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