When I have to take notes I ...
- Open VI and save it to /home/$USER/ideas
- Fire up Emacs and run a macro for note-taking
- Pull out a pad of paper and Pen
- Pull out a pad of paper and Mechanical Pencil
- Pull out an unsharpened wooden pencil, and quest for a sharpener; if found, sharpen pencil and jot down note; else forget
- Dictate to smart phone
- Dictate to computer
- Pull out cassette recorder... and record note.
- Scribble on a post-it (and place it with care)
- Type into an electronic Post-it note
- Personal Wiki (for posterity)
- Public Wiki (somehow)
- Text yourself
- Email yourself
- Tweet (the world should have my notes: bit by bit)
- Notes are unnecessary
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