The power of pen and paper

I am a fan of using pen and paper, it is nice to see others post along the same lines. In “The Power of Analog Writing” is this part which I agree on:

Putting down plans, notes, ideas, and hunches in a notebook can be a great way to help organize your mind, as well as sharpen it. We tend to remember things jotted down by hand better than words hammered on a keyboard.

Over at Anywired Skellie posted “Origami Productivity: Why I Don’t Want a Paperless Life”. The start goes like this:

I love paper in all its forms and always have. In fact, if given the choice between a notebook and a web app to fulfill the same function, I’ll choose a notebook every time.

Previous pen and paper related posts are:
Be productive using pen and paper
The back-to-paper movement
Task management my way – pen and paper.

Note: Photo by Chris Campbell.

This was originally posted at another (now extinct) blog of mine.

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