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June 24, 2012


Craig Hadden - remotepossibilities.wordpress.com

Thanks for the idea, Garr. I just started writing a series of tips about going analog -- the 1st one being to use a flipchart, which Brendon Burchard demos so well. To see a video and read about the techniques he uses, see http://remotepossibilities.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/analog-presentation-tips-1-use-a-flipchart/

Ric Bretschneider

Thanks Garr, I'm kind of a dead tree tech nut and will definitely try these out!


I've been using these pens for over a year, and they are great except... they seem to dry out quickly... and the ink will fade/disappear if exposed to heat or UV light. Just put the paper in the freezer for a while and the ink should re-appear.
There is also an erasable highlighter pen from the same company

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