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geoffhobson

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Re: Keeping Bonsai Records
« Reply #15 on: December 20, 2014, 03:14 PM »
Well, although I do use a word doc to keep up with what I do, I like to write it donw too. I have been caught out in the past and lost all records.  Never again will I trust my computer,
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Re: Keeping Bonsai Records
« Reply #16 on: December 22, 2014, 07:53 AM »
Leo - The right spot is exactly right.  The five that I have kept alive have never been moved and are just very happy.  One of the reasons I like the FB page is that when you upload the picture, it will include the date and time onto each image.  Just that on its own, makes a huge difference to me

Anthony - Love the notes.  I would never be able to do it that way though.  I type better than I write

Geoff - Yeah, computers can be a huge problem but hey, here's keeping fingers crossed that FB never crashes.

 

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Re: Keeping Bonsai Records
« Reply #17 on: December 23, 2014, 04:38 AM »
FB crash?

  How will folks communicate preparedness for the resulting flood of tears?

A great tragedy indeed.

On notes.

While simple notes are great.

I often find myself wanting to remember exactly when I did something that gave good results.
Should make an app that will record photos and tells you what phase the moon was in at that time.

Usually though,  around now, I just start logging spring tasks to not get overwhelmed, or miss anything.

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Re: Keeping Bonsai Records
« Reply #18 on: December 23, 2014, 04:58 AM »
Sorce - the perfect app....  It will need to record when the moon and stars are aligned with the rainfall and humidity of each day. Then we will have a winner. ????