I love digital tools. Who doesn’t?
Since the rise of the smart phone the use of digital calendars and – even more important – synchronizing them is easier than ever before. And still: The trend to do something analog remains.
A growing number of applications treats pictures and makes the snapshots look old and gives them the look and feel of old cameras. People buy high-end cameras to add grain in their pictures.
And this is just the photography’s tip of the iceberg. There are these nice pen paper tools we started using in the last two decades: various sorts of visualisation in form of mind maps, concept maps, Ishikawa diagrams and similar things.
And there are still things out there to discover. Have you heard, seen or used one of the following tools: The chrononotebook (or the rather usable form: “The Daily Rind”) or the Compact Calendar by David Seah, just to mention some.
So get out your pencils and pens, take a sheet of paper and start to plan what you gonna do next – using your GPS, digital camera and notebook.