It has been about 100 days since I first introduced the list of good ideas. Having the list has been an enormous asset. But it doesn’t work all the time.
Have you ever had the weird feeling of not understanding your own notes?
This is probably quite common when revisiting bad notes. My problem is that I think I only make notes that are relevant. The question is:
What on earth did I mean with these notes?
- “remember what Wili said“. Must have been something really important. Asking Wili himself what he might have said would be a bit awkward. If you recall something worth remembering he has told you, please let me know – it just might be it.
- “my ff is happy you“. I remember writing this down one evening as it was the clearest note ever. The following morning, I had absolutely no idea what ff meant. I’m quite sure it is something related to FinderBase or this blog or just generally a brilliant idea that needs to be implemented. Please help me out here. What could it be?
Which way is it?
Are the best ideas forgotten or are they best forgotten?
ff could stand for “facebook friend”
Thank you Juha. Although that doesn’t directly ring any bells, it still makes sense. Making Facebook friends happy should be one of the main targets in any social media community.
However, that solution would imply that there is something crucial missing from the end of this note. My facebook friend is happy you… something.