The Native Tourist
reformed/biblical observations on Christianity and culture

Wednesday, November 29, 2006
My wife is a list maker and has slowly turned me on to the art.

For a while I used a Palm Pilot, but found it too bulky and buggy.

Now I used folded up envelopes (used reply envelopes from junk mail) on which I place various to-do lists, notes I write down in antique and book stores (to check on later), and other important addresses and phone numbers. Its pretty low tech.

I have to admire Gideon Strauss' hPDA (pictures) which is very elegant. I wonder a little about portability (does it fit in a pocket?). I really like it.

In his post he also mentions the Molskine which is the coolest notebook/pad ever.