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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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On her desk, on a notecard under glass, is "my list of personal rules for my professional life," Carrier said, adding that the list includes suggestions, philosophies and recommendations from "mentors, several in the community, economic development, the chamber and higher education.
Following Hall (2012), who assigns audio interviews with professional economists, I asked students to fill out a 4" x 6" notecard for each episode.
Sometimes, all he can do is write back a response on an embossed White House notecard or occasionally make a phone call," he said, adding that Obama, on occasion, has even opened his checkbook.
Nabokov also scratched each paragraph on a notecard, rewriting it until he was satisfied.
A second partner is Ciao Bella, a notecard company that has also extended its name to needlework companies.
On the casket, tucked into a spray of flowers, was a notecard from Harry that had "Mummy" scrawled on it.
The students produce a notecard, write their name in the upper-left corner and the assignment number in the upper-right, and then await the prompt.
and scribble frantically on a notecard in the four minutes she was allotted per class.
First I typed out the entire psalm and reduced it to the size of a 4- by 6-inch notecard.
But the best bet at Bath is Notecard in the Rio Spa & Sauna Dick Hern Conditions Stakes.
The nonprofit extended its front-end Monet notecard premium to the nontraditional lists since the program had already maximized the usage of traditional files.
Attempting to encapsulate such plethora in the modest space of a review is akin to trying to summarize on a notecard the holdings in the Borgesian Library of Babel--an assignment, come to think of it, that Johnson would have relished.