Great Writing IdeasWriting ideas
Amazing pens to collect great ideas
One never knows when one has a great thought for a thank you, a blogs entry, a new shop or whatever. These are some of the writing instruments I have used over the years: While I was at college, I wrote to-dos and ideas on an A4 sheet of sheet of writing material and crossed them off when I made them.
Drawbacks of this method are that it is simple to loose the sheet of papers, and when you begin a new one, you have the task of transliterating all the incomplete elements. I' ve used a thin filofax for many years and still have a case of notepads in a closet.
This was useful for gathering ideas, scribbles and work. Filofax records have the major problem that they are simple to file but not so simple to sift through. A further disadvantage is that even a slim Filofax cannot be inserted. Useful for recording and storing notices. These small Moleskine Notebook books are rightly loved.
about a year ago I moved to the slimmer paperbacks. Larger laptops are too big and too precious to be used anywhere, at least for me. When I used my Filofax for taking memos, I also used Outlook to keep an eye on work. It' a little fun in my folks that I grab my cell if I' m willing to do something so I can make a notation.
At the moment I use the Apple application, Office 365 as mail/task servers and Outlook 2013. It' still works very well for recording and synchronizing repetitive work, but it is not so good for shared work or collaboration. You can make notes with separators and tab pages, type text, pictures, url, screen grabs, sound and more on a free-form page.
Use SkyDrive to release laptops and connect to your iPhone and Android device over the Internet. I' m using OneNote to store more stubborn memos, such as features for turbines or website design that I like. It is indeed, from an objective point of view, very impressing. I' m just not quite up to it.
However, you can't hit the prize and it's amazing that Microsoft Evernote had their OneNote luncheon stolen.