Alright, haven't gotten much time to take better photos or explaining too much, I guess Chronodex lovers already know how it works. It was a thrill that there were 72,841 downloads of the 2012 version and I hope many of you are as inspired as I am on everyday basis using Chronodex! Thank you for being part of it.
This time I've included a yearly dial featuring our beloved Vitruvian Man. Each division represents the correct number of days in that month, with reference to the week number in the inner most dial. If you want to plan ahead of the entire year of 2013, it should be a good visual representation of how you want your year spent, just color the weeks or the day divisions and remark radially, you are in control.
If you are new to Chronodex, check out story behind: Scription Chronodex Weekly Planner 2012 - free download with the cost of a prayer.
To interact with fellow Chronodex users, take a peek here:
- Chronodex Facebook Page
- Chronodex Flickr Group
- The Fountain Pen Network thread about Chronodex
- Lifehacker's cover of Chronodex
And now the download link of the Jan-Jun 2013 version:
- Free of Holidays version Jan-Jun 2013 (improved to save you printing ink)
- Middle East version without dates or holidays
- Undated version, modification by Paul David Krishnan from Malaysia, portrait mode, dotted grid, 4 Chronodex cores on A4 sized paper to be printed and folded in half: PDF
- Blank Chronodex Daily GTD, two A5 pages on one A4 paper: PDF,JPG
- Blank Chronodex Daily GTD in "GhostWriter Notes" iPad app's "paper" format, works for Noteshelf too: JPG
- Blank Chronodex core, two cores on blank A4 paper for any of your customization: PDF, JPG
Enjoy! Shoot me comments to make the next cool implementations.
BTW, if you have problem printing the correct sequence, here's a quick guide to give you the concept: