Paw Prints — Calendar

Analogue or Digital? Amanda and her diary...

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Stu posted a while back about his fifty-thousand digital calendars, at which point I almost choked on my cuppa. Analogue friends, let me reassure you that some of us still swear by paper and pen. Let me introduce to how my diary/calendars work! I have three calendars/diaries on the go. All of them are paper. I have no digital calendars. I do note on one of Stu's gazillion digital calendars what my blog posts on here will be, so he can see what I'm wittering about, but that's the only one I have anything to do with. This is what I...

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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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