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J.J. Lehett
Software engineer/developer/data analysis, mobile gadget hound, avid bowler, and fan of Japanese stationary and pens.
Software engineer/developer/data analysis, mobile gadget hound, avid bowler, and fan of Japanese stationary and pens.

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Looks like a nice update to the Android development environment is on its way...

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As a followup to my 'digital' productivity toolkit, this post lists my favorite analog tools.  Further information for any of the products is easily found by doing a Google search on the product name.

Full Size Notebook System
Levenger Circa System

Full Size Notebook Filler
Self-printed dot-grid on 32lb bond HP paper

Full Size Notepads
Doane Paper Grid+Lines

Mid Size Notebook System
Maruman Mnemosyne Notebook Holder with 5 Pockets (A5 Size)

Mid Size Notebook Filler
Maruman Mnemosyne Project Notepad - 5mm graph (A5 Size)

Pilot Hi-Tec-C Coleto Lumio

Pentel EnerGel Alloy Retractable Gel Pen - .5mm refills
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I am admittedly a bit obsessive when it comes to productivity and organizational software.  People often ask me what I recommend for this or that scenario. This post is a bullet point summary of my current productivity and primary software toolkit. 

To Do / Task Management (Web):
Android Toodledo Interface: Due Today by Lakeridge Software
iOS Toodledo Interface: ToDo by Appigo
Team Based Task Management: Trello
Note Taking & Paperless Office: Evernote
Scanner: Fujitsu Scansnap S510 for scanning documents to PDF & Evernote
File Syncing / Backup: DropBox and Google Drive
Remote Computer Access: Teamviewer, LogMeIn, and Join.Me (depending on need)
Text Editor: Sublime Text 2
Web Browser: Google Chrome
Email: GMail
Calendar: Google Calendar
News/RSS Reader: Feedly
News/RSS Reader (Mobile): Zite
Windows File Manager: Xplorer2 by Zabkat
Grocery & Other Lists: OurGroceries by HeadCode

NOTE: Links for any of the above products can be easily found by typing the application name into a Google search.

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Organizational Trifecta

Pen: Pilot Hi-Tec-C 2-Color Multi Pen
Notebook Cover / Binder: Kokuyo Systemic Organizer (A5 Size)
Notebook: Mnemosyne Inspiration Notebook (A5 size)

So far, I haven't been able to top this particular combination. 

The Pilot Hi-Tec-C pens (.4 or .5 mm refills) have remained my go-to choice, with the 2-color Coleto body having the best 'grip' feel for daily use.

The Kokuyo Systemic organizer is a tri-fold designed organizer, with an elastic closure, pen loop, two bookmarks, front and back outer pockets, 3 business card size inner pockets, 2 internal full size pockets, and the A5 notebook 'holder'.

The Mnemosyne Inspiration, gridded 5mm, A5 notebook fits this cover organizer perfectly.  
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About to start working through Hillegass's iOS book "iOS Programming, THe Big Nerd Ranch Guide," - about time!  Is this still the go-to starter reference for iOS development?
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