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Productive Ideas Using 3x5 Cards (pronounced: taskbar)

More from Guy and others

Saturday, February 18, 2006
In Search of Excellence
Seven Principles of Breakthrough Thinking
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
Thinking like a Genius
The Art of Branding

Guy Kawasaki's Ideas

Friday, February 17, 2006
Guy Kawasaki’s blog contains business jewels. He gave me permission to republish these as 3x5 cards. I like to keep them as reminders for a particular task (like sending an email).

The Effective Emailer
The Art of Schmoozing
The Art of Innovation
The Venture Capitalist Wishlist
10/20/30 Guy’s rules for presentations

I give these cards to my co-workers and associates. They are like mini-MBA’s.


Free 3x5 cards for your Hipster PDA

PDF format, to be printed on blank 3x5 cards.

Things I need to do Everyday
10 Things I need to do Today (with 4 bonus lines)
Camping list
Buttermilk pancake recipe (4x6)
Creativity from gapingvoid

Welcome to TasqBar

Monday, January 30, 2006
I've discovered 3x5 cards as a way to simplify my life.

I am a technology junkie. My first computer based organizer (HP Portable in 1984, it crashed and I lost everything) led to PC's, PDA's and iPods. However, when I really need to get something done, I use 3x5 cards.

This blog is for other like-minded individuals. I will include links to other interesting 3x5 card sites and, more importantly, create and share ideas and downloads of my own.

Some of the ideas will include:

Using 3x5 cards in your car, home or office
Organizing the cards
Integrating technology like PDA's, iPod's and scanners
Using them as learning aids
Speciality cards for various professions or tasks
Using Google Earth with cards
Integrating with Outlook
Flashing cards
Recipes
Fly tying cards
Plant cards
Beaming cards
Upgrading to 4x6 cards
Downgrading to business sized cards

I hope you find some of these ideas and downloads enlightening or useful.