The Quest for the Perfect Pocket Notebook

September 9, 2010

I do a lot of my notetaking and capture digitally. Everything worth keeping ends up being stored digitally, so I prefer not having to capture information twice — even if it’s as simple as taking a picture of handwritten notes… However, there are times when it is best to go with pen and paper. I […]

creative tools: hardware

February 2, 2009

In the early days of this site, I ran a small series of posts called Workflow Tools. Over a year has passed, and enough has changed that an updated series is in order. I’ll begin with hardware again, but the software post will be spread over two different posts related to software usage. If I […]

capture everything: out and about

February 11, 2008

This is part 4 of 5 in a series on capturing everything. Other entries: capture everything: buckets capture everything: tasks capture everything: ideas capture everything: the incubator capture everything revisited: jott As I’ve disclosed my processes to capture every worthwhile thought, discerning readers (or Luddite sympathizers) might have noticed that it seems as if I […]

capture everything: ideas

February 4, 2008

This is part 3 of 5 in a series on capturing everything. Other entries: capture everything: buckets capture everything: tasks capture everything: out and about capture everything: the incubator capture everything revisited: jott Once you start to really get serious about capturing every thought of value (and some that aren’t), you’ll quickly realize there are […]

workflow tools: hardware

January 14, 2008

I am a technophile. Technology can either be a tool that streamlines our workflow process, or it can be a distraction that slows us down. I experience both. All the time. But my love of technology convinces me that the streamlining surpasses the distraction. When Amazon launched the Kindle a few months ago, Jeff Bezos […]