24 August 2010

Rebelling Against PDA's

9 comments:

Dick Stanley said...

Heh.

Stephen Clay McGehee said...

I have gone through several "phases" of note taking. Each has had the same basic requirement - it has to be ink on paper, and it has to fit in my shirt pocket. My current choice is 3x5 cards carried in a leather holder. Of the several versions of that system, I have settled on the Shirt Pocket Briefcase from Levenger. It doesn't look like I will be trying anything else for a while - this one works for me. Kind of "old school", but then I'm the guy who still carries a slide rule around.

Stephen Clay McGehee
ConfederateColonel.com

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

My grandfather was a WWII vet and machinist. He rarely went anywhere w/out his slide rule and small notebook.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

PS - I like the pocket briefcase concept.

Stephen Clay McGehee said...

The "Pocket Briefcase" isn't cheap, but before I got it, I tried the cheap ones from Office Depot; they aren't worth it. Funny how that "you get what you pay for" adage seems to be true most of the time.

13thBama said...

Richard,

It didn't work for me. If I can find it, it is yours :)

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

13B - find what?

13thBama said...

Sorry, just now seeing this response. I was referring to the pocket brief case. I will see if I can find it and if I do, you can have it.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Thanks - I'll put it to use!