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“I stopped using the Swedish "filofax" when I received my first Palm Pilot III and I have never looked back.”
“I recently switched from a moleskine to a thin filofax-style notebook.”
“I looked at my filofax today sort of an ancient paper-based crude version of a palm pilot for you younger readers and saw the words … “February 14 – V.D.””
“At Labour party conference I accidently left a filofax full of stuff in one of the fringe events I was attending on behalf of the company I worked for.”
“To be honest, I never like when people say they need to talk to me; or they ask if I have a minute could I give them a ring, or could I sit down for a second; it scares me and I always search through my brain, for all the things I've done wrong, like a giant filofax of sin, and expect to be told off.”
“Made a list in my filofax of all the library books Linnea and I have out, and kept it up to date through two visits to return and take out books the trick is to ignore authors and return dates; just a list is easier to manage.”
“Coordinate Google calendar, household wall calendar, and filofax”
“Look up Ebay auctions for a replacement filofax; I ought to be able to get one half price, apparently”
“It needs space for my phone, my wallet which incorporates a filofax, my sunscreen, my antacids, and my keys.”
“As well as providing you with our regular Celebrity Haiku Competition – officially the only reason to go anywhere near a computer on a Monday – we're delighted to announce the subject we're covering this week: one that may or may not depending on your level of perversity provide you with enough 'mental filofax' material to see out the entire winter.”
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