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Creepiness -- I have a whiteboard roughly 20 inches by 10 that I actually took to carrying around with me, because it was so much more comfortable to me than pen and paper at one point. I also took to carrying a digital camera around because I lamented that it was so temporary, and if I needed more room I had to erase stuff.

I don't know why -- I'm just more comfortable on a whiteboard. Once I can get another digital camera to replace the other one and go back to classes (probably this fall), I'll probably do it again. It served me rather well...

You are what you think.

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