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May. 21st, 2007 | 02:15 am
mood: busybusy

Tip: when you're creating a list of items or tasks in a livejournal post, an online forum, or any other situation where you're typing text into something on the web, and you find that one of your list items inspires another item that in some way should really go "under" it rather than next to it on the list, you can use this:

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so you type this:
wash cat
→ find cat
go to store
buy bandages


and it looks like this:
wash cat
→ find cat
go to store
buy bandages


Handy for making checklists on services like http://backpackit.com/.
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from: marconiplein
date: May. 21st, 2007 01:28 pm (UTC)
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sweet!

→ i myself am working on my list-making skills. i discovered that if i had a giant mental block about work i could start the list by titling it "things i don't want to do but have to do." the whole problem wasn't my memory but my ability to name things precisely.

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from: chiaroscuro25
date: May. 21st, 2007 02:49 pm (UTC)
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I think "buy bandages" needs to have the arrow too — you really want to have the bandages on hand and ready before you begin trying to wash the cat.

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