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2010 Small Calendar



At my office, lots of people use those giant desk calendars for keeping track of appointments, but if you just want to know what day a date falls on next year, check this out.  Grafish Design came up with The Small Calendar, and the method of usage is simple.  Start with the date, say the 19th, then follow that column until you intersect with the desired month: March 19th will be on a Friday!  Months are handily color coded for length, too.

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Seriously, Im being COMPLETELY honest now, this is the lamest blog entry Ive ever seen in my whole life...

You noticed normal calenders also show the day, right?.. Oh god..

EPIC facepalm. Seriously. Wtf.
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And by "normal" I mean, basically like that one, just less SHITTY since you dont need to check the COLOR of a day and shit. Which would be quite hard for colorblinds in this case too.
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If it had been a leap year you would have found the pink square on number 29, easy right?
I did not want to do an agenda! I wanted to do something to put behind my business cards that could push customers to not throw them!
This is certainly easier to see than the Windows Calendar or than the mobile calendar!
Keep it on the desk near your computer and it will be very useful!
Bye.
The limits of the world are only the limits of our minds!

P.s.
Thanks for publishing this new!
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