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Productivity Tools: Paper or Plastic?

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Productivity Tools: Paper or Plastic?
Productivity Tools: Paper or Plastic?

    LifeDev’s Productivity Tools section has a series of articles on the benefits of both paper tools for productivity against their digital counterparts and which you should use.
    The underlying solution is that they aren’t counterparts at all but, instead, should be used in conjunction with each other.

    • Paper for creativity.
    • Digital for collaboration and archiving.

    We think we’ve found it. This series shows the best features of both paper and digital tools, and how to use them together effectively to get the most out of both. Instead of being enemies, these tools compliment each other.

    Paper vs. Digital Tools: Which Is Better? – [LifeDev]

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