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February 06, 2005
The Hipster PDA
I have long been a fan of the 43 Folders: a bunch of tricks, hacks & other cool stuff blog. Though much of their advise is geared for Mac users, I still find very useful tips and pointers that can lead me to analog or Windows solutions.
So when I decided to ditch my Palm and return to the old 3x5 card system, I stopped by 43 Folders to set-up a "hipster pda" like Merlin Mann recommends.
I'm not totally new to the 3x5 card organizational system. I've used regular lined cards (in a variety of colors), unlined cards, and even used Levenger's Pocket Briefcase Cards but only the sampler pack, the regular cards are cool but pricey.
Here are two links that take you to the 43 Folders entries about hipster pda's:
Posted by prolurkr at February 6, 2005 06:04 PM
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