Welcome to the information age, where you can never know enough, and all that you do know, you can't possibly remember! Ours is a culture on the move, with lots to do and think and say. We collect clippings for later reference, write down words to remember and movies to see; we take business cards, advice, and recommendations. How do we keep track of it all?
Enter Too Much Information, a collection of journals to manage the information overload. Designed to organize all the bits of stimuli and knowledge we gather every day in any number of possible combinations, each journal is divided into five sections and includes a plastic sleeve bound in for keeping all the "extras" -- business cards, scraps of paper, pictures, and so on.
-- Blank: Come up with your own system for organizing information, with blank tabs divided into five sections.
-- Index: The writer F. Scott Fitzgerald used an index to keep track of his ideas alphabetically. So can you, whether it's "I" for Inventions or "P" for Parties.
-- Media: Keep track of what books you need, which DVDs have been recommended, your favorite album, as well as your favorite website.
-- Phases: Different times of year mean new projects and new inspirations; each of the four seasons plus the holidays are represented.
-- Each journal is bound in specialty metallic material
-- Organizer concept combined with blank, ruled pages
-- Portable size fits into a purse or backpack
-- Durable, chunky format allows for long use
-- Plastic sleeve for loose scraps of information in each
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Book Description Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 2002. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1584792019