Monday, April 18th, 2005
Phil Gyford has a neat trick, by which he adds a few large Post-it notes to the inside cover of a book he’s starting to read. Handy way to make notes on the go.
I’m also a big fan of these removable/re-placeable Avery Write-On tabs, which you can stick in the front cover of your Moleskine or similar notebook. Makes it easy to do the Jerry Brito trick—creating ad hoc sections and shifting the location of your current TODO page, etc.
In other news, Amazon should be delivering my copy of Rapid Problem Solving with Post-it Notes. Don’t know if it will be any good, but it looks intriguing.
(Via 43 Folders.)