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Analogue v Digital 2. - Journal

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I wrote last week about Calendars, with the digital winning out for me, because of its ubiquity and shareability.This week, Journals. First, let me narrow down the definition. When I say Journals, I am talking about reflective journals, where I log events and feelings. The DigitalDay One is an absolutely superb app, that I have had on my devices for a long time. The first entry is the 3rd of August 2013. I have used it on and off since then. It lives on all my devices, syncing from one to the other. As with calendars, this is a baked-in...

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Analogue v Digital. 1 - Calendars

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This post first appeared on stuartlennon.com I am afflicted with infatuations both for the analogue world of stationery and the digital applications for Apple hardware. Mix those in with a desire to be as productive as possible, and a large degree of experimentation is inevitable. This is how I'm currently managing calendars. Calendars In the red, (analogue) corner, The Economist Diary 2020 by Collins Debden, weighing in at super heavy. In the blue, (digital) corner, ical, google calendar, the calendar app and Timepage by Moleskine, weighing in at well, nothing. Red Corner The Economist Diary is a tome. A big,...

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