I gave in. I realized I was coming up with good ideas for weblog entries or C&I perspectives or mini-perspectives, and losing the ideas by the time I’d sat down at the PC. Maybe it’s a consequence of being (no, Steven, I’m not going to use the word) almost 60. Maybe it’s a consequence of today’s hectic life…
So I decided I needed to have something portable, that I could use to note an idea whenever it strikes me–and maybe even note appointments and items needing purchase and the like.
Not really a PDA. I picked up a true subnotebook.
3″x5″, weighs about 2oz., cost $0.99. Batteries not included or needed. Wire spiral to hold the 90 sheets together. Looks to be perfect for the job.
What? You thought I meant a subnote PC? Not just yet, not real soon. We may be buying a notebook PC soon, but it won’t be for me and won’t be a subnote. Just don’t have the need…for anything more than a place to jot down the occasional topic or reminder.