Someone's Lost Schedule Book

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A customer left behind a schedule book from Miami-Dade College, and being the upstanding citizen I am, I did not simply throw it away. I did, however, take a look inside, so as to gain insight into the mind of the owner, to understand what might have driven her to leave behind a schedule book.

From afar, we can see the different colors hilighting various appointments. Based on the content, orange appears to be personal calls, or pro-bono work, blue is obviously school-related, as are those appointments without any coloring. Everything hilighted in pink reers to financial obligations or purchases. And, finally, everything hilighted in green is business-related. I must thank my assistant for using her feminine insight to decode the method to this girl's hilighting madness.

What I discovered turned out to be quite dark, and quite shocking to some. Mouse-over parts of this image and click the links to see detailed views of certain key points.

Featured on Flickr's Explore on 10/9/2005.

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  1. Portixol 90 months ago | reply

    very interesting. hope i never loose mine, god knows what it would say about me!

  2. static416 73 months ago | reply

    Hey, I used this shot in my blog post here:
    laconicreply.wordpress.com/2008/04/30/scheduling/

    In keeping with creative commons I linked to this page, and your profile for accreditation.

    Let me know if that's cool, or if you'd like it removed.

    Thanks
    Eric

  3. vitaman 71 months ago | reply

    This is a great photo! I have the perfect blog post to accompany it. I will feature it in the next few weeks and will forward our readers to this page. (Attribution and link to your photo is listed at the bottom of the post.) Check out your pic in action: www.marksdailyapple.com Have a great day!

  4. homekeeper31 59 months ago | reply

    I will be using this on my blog www.joyeverafter.blogspot.com on Friday, June 25.

  5. andres.perez.figueroa 41 months ago | reply

    Lovely pic. I've used it in a slide presentation about Science 2.0:
    www.slideshare.net/anpefi/herramientas-para-una-ciencia20

    Thanks!

  6. oarranzli 36 months ago | reply

    Nice pic. I used it in blog post here blogdesap.blogspot.com
    Thanks for sharing.

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