May 25, 2008
Last summer I stumbled across Pocket Mod
and started carrying the little things every day. Basically, it's a cleverly folded piece of paper for note taking and jotting crap down. When you fill it up, just print up a new one and you're good to go again. I've found it to be very useful and I always have one in my pocket.
Now the link above is full of nifty little templates and such to customize your Pocket Mod to be just how you like it, and I used them for quite a while. Recently though, I've simplified things even further. I go here
and print a sheet of graph paper and then do the folding thing. No trimming needed. A small hack I've done it to cut out a snippet of manilla file folder and slipping it inside to stiffen it up just a bit.
Pocket Mod. Making my life a little easier, one simple toy at a time.
Posted by: Ted at
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I just don't think I have a long enough attention span to be able to just handle the little bit of information I could keep on one of these. But more power to you if it works for you.
Posted by: Ian at May 25, 2008 03:09 AM (RLdUh)
I'm not sure I understand what you're saying, Ian. I use it to jot down grocery lists, URL's I find online that I want to remember and stray ideas. Most of it gets transferred to the appropriate place as soon as I can, but Pocket Mod ensures that I have a place to make quickie notes at all time. I don't use it for major note taking like in meetings.
Posted by: Ted at May 25, 2008 01:22 PM (yRolC)
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