By Taiyofj @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR
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Wow, and I thought mine was covered in flags and post its.
WOW! Lovely! I really like messy Moleskines. I get so curious! What is each tag for?
Thanks for your interest.
Following is quote from my flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/t_trace/282176246/
1. color shows category.
In this note, I put meaning to color as following.
Green: Project / Yellow: Job and contacts information / Red: culture / Blue: information / Green: book, music and movie
2. Tag’s position
Moleskin pockets note has 28 raws. then I’ve wrote alphabet index at first.
3. Putting tags on page
I put several tags on same page in order to search many ways later.
For example, when I take a meeting about Ajax project, I’ll put green “Ajax”, green [project name], Yellow [related company name].
4. Searching target page.
Moleskin I search tag with conviction because all tag index was made by me, then I remember that I make it or not.
“Ajax” tag will be found at top of note, “Microtech, inc” tag is middle of it.
wow, i love moleskines like this, i love it when they look used.
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