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Sunday, December 16, 2007

OCD Meets Microsoft OneNote

Who would have thought that as I got older my lack of obsessive behavior would flower into sixty-two year old 'elder'berries, most notably Microsoft OneNote and as a vehicle to carry this mania over the edge, a laboratory manager job that like a poem, is never finished, only abandoned. It's a fatal combination.

Microsoft OneNote is advertised as an "add-in" for the brain. Add to that a healthy dose of OCD and you find yourself spending untold hours downloading add-ins for the "add-in." If you keep telling yourself, "you are crazy," can you really be crazy?

Let me work over a few thousand OneOne Section, page, and subpage notes and I'll get back to you on that.

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