A record for almost everything.

Keep your eyes on the future. And keep your hands recording what you see. Because you’ll need them to make sense of the world you are in.

In A good day for the backlist, Seth Godin highlights the importance of having the ability to revisit your records. I tried his search box and I was inspired by the simplicity of it.

I keep a notebook for my mindmaps. I can see my ideas readily.

I thought I can also record these mindmaps in my Evernote. It will be easier to find them wherever I go.

Because we don’t have to know everything now. We only need to know where to find them when we need them.

Let technology make life simple and better.


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