|Friday, June 30, 2006|
Hipster PDA- (reprint of 6/14/2005)
I like to organize things. I also need a place to record and refer to things throughout the day. Back in the corporate world I used carry cut up pieces of blank paper clipped together in my back pocket. I kept my to-do's, ideas, etc on them.
Imagine my surprise when I found some like minded folks. 43folders introduced the notion of a paper PDA (Hipster), and it seems to have taken off. (Google, Flickr.)
Douglas Johnston has released a very nice set of Hipster templates.
I've been busy working on some Hipster templates as well. My take is a bit different in that I do not really follow a formal methodology such as Getting Things Done.
(7/13: More Hipster PDA goodies under my new Hipster PDA section.)
Categorization via the Meta-Line Organizer.
Designed for cheap (gray scale) printing.
Economical use of an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. (Plus more room to write.)
John Norris' Hipster pdf version.
John Norris' Hipster Scribus version. (Scribus is a free desktop publishing app.)
I'd get a kick out of what others can do with this, so I am releasing it under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license. (Do be careful with attributing some of the other folk's content I've included.)
Project Management (reprint)
A quick way to plan steps, time, cost, and dependencies.
Time line units can represent any amount of time. I picked the $ sign, but please modify it as you need to.
This work is licensed under a
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