Sunday, May 31, 2009

Dirty talkin' tomato plants

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Yellow Sharpie not so pointless

From Minda (I think): "Hey Sumocat, I was reading your Rmb post about the yellow sharpie. I use mine to underline words in the books I read. That way it doesn't overly mark up the book I'm reading. Comes in very handy when you have textbooks and need to underline but also want to sell the book back at the end of the year."
Good tip! Thanks!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

What's the point of a yellow Sharpie?

I got a variety pack of markers at work. Thus far, I've used them all
except this yellow one. Ink's too light to be seen. Tip's too thin for
highlighting. Seems pointless.

Monday, May 25, 2009

Looking back at the forest

Peering out at the lake

The falls at Lake Accotink

Monday, May 18, 2009

Understand your personal CPU

Fascinating write-up on Unclutterer breaking down three types of information processing. Amazing how kinesthetic/tactile I am considering my broad knack for data absorption. But it's quite spot on considering the ways in which I continually adjust my workflow, not to mention the new routine I'm implementing tomorrow (more on that later).

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Personality in handwriting

Ran across this basic breakdown of handwriting analysis today. Seems quite accurate to me and, as an avid ink blogger who pens his ideas by hand, I should know.

Monday, May 11, 2009

Paperwork and pen input

I like this guy's CLEAR ZONE. Reminds me of my boxless inbox system, and he's rocking pen input. Via Lifehacker.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Simple backup shortcut

If you ever have a need to regularly backup single files, like an all-important file tracking sheet, I suggest using a "Send To" shortcut to a designated folder. Real simple way to get some peace of mind.