A year ago on Unclutterer

2009

  • Downloading digital sheet music
    While at her local Nordstrom’s Department Store, my friend spotted the piano player using a MusicPad Pro for his sheet music. It’s a digital device, much like a Kindle, that can hook to a special music stand or be carted around like a single piece of sheet music.
  • Unitasker Wednesday: Extreme Bug Vacuum
    If only there were clutter vacuums to suck up the absurd bug vacuum!
  • Link week
    My first link of the day is to a book review professional organizer Julie Bestry wrote about “Everything I Know About Perfectionism I Learned from My Breasts.” This book, written by the talented organizer Debbie Jordan Kravitz, has been on my to-read list for months but I haven’t yet reached it in the pile. Julie’s review of Debbie’s book, however, has convinced me to jump it ahead on my list. And, since it persuaded me to read the book, I thought it was a review you might wish to read as well.
  • Alternative uses for colanders
    Not only does knowing how to properly use your kitchen utensils save you time, space, and money, but knowing additional uses for your utensils can have the same effect.
  • Workspace of the Week: Inspired office
    This week

3 Comments for “A year ago on Unclutterer”

  1. posted by Mark Hagewood on

    The digital sheet music era is taking some leaps. As an owner of the Music Pad Pro, I was very excited about this technology. However, the touchscreen went out and now I am left with a pretty useless piece of equipment.

    Just recently, though, I found out about AirTurn (www.airturn.com), which uses a wireless USB adapter to turn pages on any computer. They are working on a bluetooth model to be released later this year. This technology allows you to use your existing computer (or soon, iPad) for page turning as well. I am currently in the process of saving up for a tablet PC that I will use for my music and my computing needs.

  2. posted by debbie on

    I just figured out why I stopped reading your blog regularly. It’s because I think those “year ago” posts interrupt the flow and, sorry, *clutter* the flow of your entries. Couldn’t you create a “year ago” button to click as desired instead of leaving this here to trip on?

  3. posted by Erin Doland on

    @debbie — If you do not wish to receive the A Year Ago posts in your RSS feed Reader, you can subscribe to our RSS feed that does not include the A Year Ago posts: http://feeds2.feedburner.com/u.....a-year-ago

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