Way Too Hi Tech for FawCawnahs Dan Blaine DBLIVIT firstname.lastname@example.org
ROFL! Bob, Gina's right...the only way to store those names and numbers is on little scraps of paper. That way you can put them in various places: like your wallet, different pants and jacket pockets, over the sun visor in your car and scrawled on your desk calendar. I've still got a 1996 desk calendar on my desk...too many important names and numbers on it to update to a current calendar.
By having various storage places, you always have a chance of recovering some of your data: if your office burns down, you've still got numbers on the wall next to the kitchen phone or on the refrigerator door. However, if your palm pilot goes belly-up, you are up Lemon Creek w/o a paddle.
Of course the best way to store these names and numbers is to commit them to memory...Just ask "Chick" Joseph, he even remembers what hospital he was born in! :) DBLIVIT
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