Some years ago I did a collection of Moleskine hacks. However, now that there are so many new resources out there, I feel it’s time to update and expand on that list. Below you’ll find a wealth of tips, tricks, ideas, hacks and resources… but if by some chance I’ve missed a link out, please let me know about it!
The Moleskine, though, made its way into my pocket or backpack all the time, because of one simple use I found for it: a list manager. Not a list of things to do, or people to call – different lists. The Moleskine is my perfect list-manager, and that’s all I use it for.
The PocketMod is a small book with guides on each page. These guides or templates, combined with a unique folding style, enable a normal piece of paper to become the ultimate note card. It is hard to describe just how incredibly useful the PocketMod is. It’s best that you just dive in and create one. Build a PocketMod now!
The benefit of CrossLoop has always been that it’s very easy to set up and use, even for beginners, making it an ideal tool for those of us who’ve been unofficially designated as tech support for our loved ones. Just install (on both your computer and the computer you want to control), sign up for accounts, and you’ll be up and sharing screens in no time once you swap the automatically generated access code.
Good news! SugarSync, a file synchronization and backup service for PC and Mac (reviewed positively here on WWD), today started offering free accounts (previously the cheapest option was $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.)
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If you’re disappointed that you let your Twitter "following" (aka "friend" list) get out of hand, there’s finally a solution to clean it up that’s a million times faster and easier than using Twitter.com itself. It’s a new web app called Nest Unclutterer and it simplifies the process of knocking out those Twitter friends who are no longer bringing you value.
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