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I take a picture then add it as an attachment to Google Calendar when I enter it as an appointment. That way I can find it easily when I need to look for it instead of flipping through all the other pictures I take.
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Funny to see a lot of similar issues. Pretty much the same with me & my family. I'd add to that the massive amount of paper that comes home with my three kids from school every day. I really want to save every test with an A and post it on the fridge. But the fridge is only so big & I only have so many magnets. I hate to toss everything away once it's looked at, but it's so hard to decide what to keep & what to toss. What I've really been meaning to do is put a system in place to scan a lot of this stuff. Digital storage is cheap & takes up no room.
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I wish this was around when I still had little ones in diapers. (Of course, being a stay-at-home dad I'm a little offended at the "mommy marketing" ;)
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My Keurig coffee K-cups just shipped today. Although I've got so say, I'm a little irked that the price went up a few dollars and I wasn't notified of that fact. It's hard to find a deal on those things. Now I have to do the math and determine again if it's still a good deal.
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Wow, not one response casting you as Gargamel finally catching those nasty Smurfs? I wish I had seen this sooner.
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Well, I really wanted to listen already. Now I really, really want to listen.
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If this gets a decent widget I can replace my existing to-do list. I'd definitely pay for pro if the widget is well-designed.
Toggle Commented May 13, 2010 on News: Android, Web, Features at On Our Minds
Coca-Cola, you're formula is a secret no longer! Mwah hahaha
Toggle Commented Mar 8, 2010 on No title at Life Scoop Community
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My mom brought a whole roll of it over on the Fourth of July for the kids to have "safe fireworks." I thought that was pretty ingenious. When we were waiting out in the driveway for the local fireworks display to start they could make some pops of their own.
Toggle Commented Feb 2, 2010 on Never throw it away: bubble wrap at Parent Hacks
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