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11-02-2010, 08:28 AM
I got a new labeler :)
my first one, both for USB and carry around
N/A unpack it
N/A read handbook
N/A attack to power supply
all power sockets around my PC are occupied
-> I have to purge the cable mess behind my desk
a labeler would be nice for identifying all the attacked stuff
N/A buy new 5outlet strip
N/A purge cable mess
N/A read manual
N/A label power cords
hope I will benefit from this
11-02-2010, 11:58 AM
11-03-2010, 05:05 AM
i read all the threads and excerpts about the labeler, and still am not convinced in getting one! :)
i guess i do too much of digital filling, and the labeler would not have so much action... and the pen is fast ;)
let me know how was your experience!
11-07-2010, 10:46 AM
I donīt have time to do all my backlog at the moment
(see other post (http://www.davidco.com/forum/showthread.php?11776-implementing-100-vs.-non-purging)),
but the reference material I take in my hands actually I label
its very nice :), much more ordinate than before
11-08-2010, 06:47 AM
I was really skeptical about a labeller too.
However, David points out that objects can have symbolic value as well as utility.
I believed that standard letter trays that opened to the front were fine, used them for years - no problem. Then when I moved my old ones were due a rfresh cos they were old and tired. I got side opening ones, that were deep and some risers, added a fourth tray - and has it been life changing - probably not. But is there a good difference from doing it - yes. Its a number of small almost intangibles that add up.
And it can be the same with a labeller, its not going to revolutionise your world, although being able to read labels can have that effect, its going to make things different in small ways that are just a little bit better.