I often wander around without a computer, so I needed a nice easy way to print important bits into little books of information that I could carry around in my pocket. Chad Adams figured out a brilliant technique of cutting and folding pieces of paper into little books and called it PocketMod. The technique was brilliant, but the software was a little awkward. So I, knowing a little about Cocoa, hacked together PagePacker. Click here to download PagePacker. It is a universal binary that runs on MacOS X 10.4. It has some informative help, too. (This version will expire in June. In June, it will be time to upgrade to a new version for Leopard.)
Special thanks to Douglas Johnston. The DIY Planner forms are released by Douglas Johnston under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No-Derivatives license, which means that they are free for personal and non-commercial use. Use within a business setting is fine as long as they are not mass-produced (i.e., in numbers greater than 50). “Getting Things Done” and its related concepts are copyright David Allen, All Rights Reserved.
And, yes, I promise to do an A4 version in a week or so.
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