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Flying Lizard Motorsports Number 45 GTD Class Audi R8 LMS. Driven by Markus Winkelhock, Robert Thorne, Satoshi Hoshino and Tomonobu Fuji. 53rd Rolex 24 at Daytona. Photographed by Steven West at Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida, on January 24, 2015.
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This gorgeous unmarked hampshire officer car seen here responding to a house fire.
A bit mouldy! No shock to see this has been off the road over a decade, and it looks like the owner has a bit of a liking for older French estates as the 405 looked to be in use. This one is noteworthy for being a prefacelift example, they almost seem to be next to non existent these days, but to even consider the later ones anything but rare would be wrong. Has anyone seen a 21 Estate in preservation yet?
HSwMS Gotland (Gtd) is an attack submarine of the Swedish Navy. It was the first ship of the Gotland-class, which was the first operational submarine class in the world to use air-independent propulsion in the form of Stirling engines which use liquid oxygen and diesel as the propellant.
It was built by Kockums, launched in 1995 and subsequently commissioned in 1996
The Turner Motorsport BMW Z4 being chased by the Alex Job Racing Porsche 911 and the Flying Lizard Motorsport Audi R8 through turn 2.
2014 Sahlen's 6 Hours of the Glen
Watkins Glen International
Watkins Glen, New York
June 27-29, 2014
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Hacking GTD Tabs And Index Cards Into Traveler's Notebook
The 5th anniversary edition Traveler's Notebook is way too attractive not to get. But how am I gonna carry everything in it including my GTD index cards which I normally put into my mind.Depositor? Well first, if you don't know how to put 4 notebooks into the leather cover, check out this previous post.
To put the 4 stacks of GTD index cards (next actions, project, waiting for and someday) into the notebook, first you use 2 pieces of thick paper cut to the size of the notebook refill cover, then insert them to one of the elastic bands just like you normally would do with a notebook refill. This will give you 4 pages/placeholders for the index cards. You can make the index cards more accessible by reducing the width of each page, the first page being the narrowest and so forth.
The rest is just easy, using binder clips to clip each stack of index cards onto the corresponding pages. If you are like me looking for more stylish way to use the clips, check out my previous post about how to make these Leather GTD Tabs.
Perhaps you've noticed an extra notebook on top of my Traveler's Notebook in the first image. It is a Moleskine weekly diary I need constant access to, I customized to make it likable together with Traveler's Notebook. Next year however, I don't need to do that anymore coz Midori is going to release a weekly refill in the format I like most - weekly diary on the left page, note space on the right! Can't wait for the 2012 weekly diary coming out, which will be around September 2011.
If you don't know about mind.Depositor, Leather GTD Tabs and templates, here's a few pointers:
The original mind.Depositor
mind.Depositor 3 in the making
free mind.Depositor index card template download
Leather GTD Tabs
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Seen at ESS Show 2011, Warwickshire
EVP-999-UK - 2011
Another one now scrapped, not showing on DVLA so would seem to have had a Certificate of Destruction issued on it.
Here is a rather nice Golf GTD seen at the Emergency Services Show 2010 at Stonleigh Park just outside Coventry. Not marked up with any force markings yet but I wouldn't mind seeing them in or around East Anglia ;)
Plus, the pockets tend to open wider than the orignial one. It makes easy to pick up indexcards.
Paul Miller Racing Number 48 GTD Class Audi R8 LMS. Driven by Christopher Haase, Bryce Miller, Dion von Moltke and Rene Rast at the 53rd Rolex 24 at Daytona. Photographed by Steven West at Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, Florida, on January 24, 2015.
Close Up of my hPDA DIY Planner Agenda Cards. I also have a couple Project Planning Cards here on my Levenger Card Bleachers.
I subdivide each piles into smaller groups. This process is fun because I see unexpected new connection between cards. "Connector Card" describes the contents of group. Put Connector Card on top of a group, and bundle with rubber band.
Indexcard for my work had been kept classification by projects. I found the classification process prevent me to write indexcard for my work.
You can find most of them on your desktop. A 18 cm length of elastic band is used for single fieldnote. Total cost is less than $0.03 for each fieldnote.