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Zipster PDA, a HipsterPDA clone

Zipster PDA, a HipsterPDA clone

Christian Eriksson integrated a great idea to index card/Hipster PDA system. He uses an old zip-disk case for storing his custom cards – best of all the custom card templates are downloadable! A 5-star idea! Templates include:

Zipster PDA - An Hipster PDA clone
    • Next Action, use one for each context
    • Inbox, important notes
    • Agenda, use one for each person
    • Brainstorm, 5mm grid
    • To buy, use one for each area/store
    • Notes, 5 mm ruled
    • Week, calendar card
    • Misc, blank card

    Advantages of using Zipster include:

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    • Zipster stands upright on a desk, and you always have one card ready visible.
    • When closed it protects the cards, but the topmost is still visible through the case.


    Zipster – A Hipster clone & Template download – [Mekkaniak via Make: Blog]
    Original blog post on Zipster, my Hipster PDA – [Sanctum mekkanicum]
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    D*I*Y Planner Hipster PDA Edition

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