Print your own pocket-based organizer


If you’re a user of the hipster PDA, you might want to check a new implementation of the paper organizer. It’s called the PocketMod. The site offers you a very user-friendly interface to produce an A4-sized printout that you can fold into a pocketbased organizer – complete with a coverpage, tasks list, grocery lists, contacts entry form, checkbook record and weekly, monthly and yearly calendars. There’s even an option to include a tic-tac-toe board.


Because of its size, you can keep pocketmod in your shirt pocket comfortably – which is a plus for people, like me, who frequently misplace things.

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