Some of the old timers may remember one of Apple’s most famous ad campaigns – “What’s on your Powerbook?”. In it, celebrities and some regular folk were pictured with their Powerbooks and revealed in text were some of the things they used it for. Even back then, I was highly fascinated by the tools people use and how they use them and this fed that crave quite nicely.
With the new release of Simplenote, I thought it might be fun to list just a few of the notes I have in mine with the hopes that others will share theirs as well. If you do decide to post yours up somewhere, @reply me your name and a link to your list on Twitter and I will update this post with it as my time allows. Sound fun? Great, here we go…
What’s in my Simplenote?
Bits of words and wisdom – Where I keep nice phrases and well written sentences I run across on the Internet.
Yay me! – Where I keep a little list of meaningful accomplishments. I look at this whenever I’m feeling down about myself. It also came in handy for performance reviews back when I had a “real” job.
Home Stats – Any measurements I take around the house I keep in here so that, for instance, I always know how big the dining room is or the cubby holes in my office desk hutch. Things like that.
My wife’s standard order at Chipotle – So I don’t have to call first if I’m picking some up for dinner or lunch.
My personal manifesto – Things I believe in.
OK, your turn. What’s in your Simplenote?
Jack Mottram (who, as usual, displays mad ninja skills)