Productivity pr0n examples

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[edit] Digital Whiteboards

Mimio is my favorite for projects. I bought 4 Mimio's during a dot com Ch 11 clearance sale.. Brainstorming on 4 whiteboards at a time for software projects has not been the same since. (steve epstein)

[edit] Free Graph Paper

Of current interest to the GTD Tribe: free graph paper. (Jim Scolman)

Mathematics Help Central has downloadable PDF graph paper.

So does Incompetech. Along with yearly and monthly calendars and other possibly interesting stuff. --Cmc 21:43, 5 May 2005 (EDT)

For Mac users, Omnigraffle will do the same thing, even unregistered. Open the program, create a new document, select your major and minor grid size, check the "print grid" checkbox and print the blank document.--footzilla 21:43, 5 March 2007 (CST)

[edit] Index Cards

Be sure to see the Sunday, April 10 edition of Frazz, http://www.comics.com/comics/frazz/index.html Both of these are right up our collectve alleys. (Jim Scolman)

[edit] DIY Planner

The [DIY Planner] should not go unmentioned in this discussion. Jeff Porten 03:33, 12 Apr 2005 (EDT)

[edit] Catalogs

Perhaps the most traditional form of productivity pr0n is catalogs. Why do when you can, um, dream?

Saw this in a coworkers mailbox and I had to steal it. Lots of fancy file folders, flipcharts, project boxes, whiteboards, and lots more. --Cmc 21:33, 5 May 2005 (EDT)

I also saw this laying on a desk and snuck out with it tucked in a file folder. They have an entire system of customizable, modular wall-mounted (including cubicles) organizers called "Walmaster".

Pens, paper, books, leather goods, and more. Makers of the famous Levenger_Shirt_Pocket_Briefcase.

Pens, furniture, and desk goods.

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