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NoteCards

An ambitious hypertext system developed at Xerox PARC, "designed to support the task of transforming a chaotic collection of unrelated thoughts into an integrated, orderly interpretation of ideas and their interconnections".
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Not just for her kind words and, again, sentiments (we appear to be of a mind on many matters!) but also for her taking the trouble to order her thoughts, express her feelings, choose a notecard in which to write them, to put pen to paper, literally, then to address, stamp and post it.
The Nice box includes white flowers, a rose candle, gold-plated wick trimmer, Compartes salted caramel chocolate truffles, notecards, and a bud vase.
In subsequent years, I asked students to write down all of their questions on notecards and hand them to me.
If art's your thing, how about some notecards made with thumbprint doodles?
Take some notecards to work with you and give them to your coworkers to write their experiences down while on their break, then send those by snail mail to MNA.
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Other tools include an interactive digital notebook, plagiarism prevention, digital annotations, notecards, highlighting and much more.
During each one, she sent him care packages with hand-written notecards and, of course, plenty of books.
* Delve can help prepare you for upcoming meetings (scheduled in your calendar) by pulling the latest related information together to produce content or prep cards (similar to notecards you might use to deliver a presentation).
(8) The completion rate was very high, with 96.41 percent (510/529) of assigned notecards submitted.
Sitting in the front row, I kept edging forward to see if I could catch him using notecards. He wasn't.