Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Do You, Too, Lose Your Notes?
I write notes. I get notes handed to me. I have piles of notes. And then inevitably I lose one. Or two. Because they are written on library scratch paper that too often is also used to write notes that you need just for a second that look like trash. Pieces of paper that flutter to the ground, only to be picked up and tossed in the recycling. I have often felt like I should just pin a note to my shirt should I receive one. Enter Padlet. Padlet.com is web-based free tool that lets you create pages and then fill them with little sticky notes - notes that can contain links, videos, documents - often showing you the contents with one easy glance regardless of the format. If you are looking for an easy way to contain your bits and pieces of important (and not-so-important) ideas this may be your life raft that will save you from the flotsam and jetsam of notes written of scrap paper that you can access from any internet-connected computer. Let me know if you try it - or if you have any other sites/or tools you like similar to this. :)
Posted by M. M. Gurung at 4:42 PM