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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Google Tasks

I want to like Google tasks, really I do.

But, try as I might, I can't bring myself to like them.  Or use them regularly.  They are just so limited wrt other task management systems.

Here, I will take notes.  Although I may just as often start a new blog tem.

Tasks due Dates, Times,

Google Tasks have due dates.

Sometimes tasks also need a due time.  E.g. it is pointless to call a business before it is open.  Or, think about how often people batch tasks to be done before work, at lunch time, or after work.

And think about how many tasks can only be done during business hours, not on the weekends or after work.  (These tasks are my particular bugbear.)

Digital Pen – Pegasus

Digital Pen – Pegasus:

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Tablet NoteTaker

  • Pegasus Technologies has developed a digital pen called "Tablet NoteTaker." The NoteTaker is a cordless digital pen that writes with ink on plain paper, while creating a digital ink copy of the notes. It connects to computers or other devices such as mobile phones via Bluetooth or USB technology. Microsoft Vista, Windows 7 and Office 2007 utilities support the NoteTaker as both a digital pen and a mouse. Via Microsoft's handwriting recognition, notes can be transferred to typed text. The Notetaker is also compatible with Mac OS X systems.

Read more: Pens That Create Digital Notes | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_7214562_pens-create-digital-notes.html#ixzz29K21vDLE