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Author Topic: Springpad just had their own GOE for January  (Read 1304 times)

Paul Keith

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Springpad just had their own GOE for January
« on: January 28, 2013, 02:58:14 PM »
Unfortunately since there does not seem to be any sub-forum for this year's GOE, I'm just pasting it here:


Nothing jaw breaking so far but some cool looking hacks:

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2013 Bubble Calendar

mouser's labeller was also mentioned: http://springpad.com...anizeyourlife/blocks

As well as the Belkin WeMo

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developing a better system here in Kansas. Spreadsheet base and relying upon Windows Search. The main idea is to make a unique word out of a thing for which I might search. Say it is an ordinary clipboard for writing that is alluding me. I simply make a note anywhere saying that my clllipboard is located at a certain location on this date. This keeps me from finding instances of things in my clipboard program or casual references to any clipboard in general correspondence or notes. I keep a general running Daily Diary (like USMC days) that is kept in the my documents folder. I a small pocket notebook reminds me to make entries about things that I might notice in the car, shop or grounds. I just enter it at a convenient time into the Daily Diary.

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On the down side, it really shows the limitations of SpringPad. Too much loading. Too many aesthetic and not enough work done on moving back and forth through objects. I don't really recommend opening multi-tabs for each notebook.