It is time for the release of the next 6 months' worth of Chronodex!
In 2011, my family received thousands of prayers for my father's condition, it was a lot of positive and calming energy and I still appreciate many of your kind messages to this date.
Chronodex as a creative tool was shared to make a difference in traditional and limiting grid-style scheduling. It was also shared to elevate positive energy for myself and my family. This time my wife needs your prayers, tomorrow she will go through an operation as the first battle against breast cancer, there will be a series of followup treatments I hope it will pass like a breeze. I hope to maintain a clear mind and yet being able to take it easy for why things happened the way they are, in terms of work, love, dreams and health (Did I just unconsciously telling myself that I've been putting these in the wrong priority?).
Here's the Jan - Jun 2014 no holiday version download!
The Chronodex Facebook Page is going to be the center of version releases, news update, hacks sharing, so please do stop by once in a while to see what others are doing with their Chronie.
The Chronodex Flickr Group is a place where nicer photos were taken by users. The Instagram hash tag #chronodex allows you to find yet another bunch of interesting users and the crazy things they've done.
On the other hand, do Google up Chronodex for the fun of it. There have been a lot of mods in various paper sizes (A5, filofax, etc) or altered cores, as long as they are shared free, I'm ok. Some of the Chronodex super fans reported that there are people on Etsy selling Chronodex, that I'm not ok. So far, I've issued no license to anybody for commercial usage, but I will consider if it is a quality implementation.
Although creating your own ways to notate from a Chronodex core is encouraged, be it colors, pinpointing on tick marks or radiate from zones etc, I do have some tips I want to share in 2014. That's why I'm working on an upgrade of the core (now in its version 8, 9 and 10) which will allow you to draw with guides and simply look more elegant and smart. In the mean time, Maryanne Moll (Thanks Maryanne) did some nice videos on youTube sharing her way of using Chronodex, take a look:
For the fun of it, here's some beautiful Chronodex to look at:
(@momojin made this rubber stamp for herself by hand!)
(@aircrush made each of her days colorful)
(I've visited Seoul for business at the end of October, we had a great gathering of the Traveler's Notebook Korea User Group, they are absolutely amazing TN and Chronodex users, which I'm gonna talk about it in later posts. Jessica and several of her friends printed the Chronodex core on the passport size and kind enough to find a page not too personal to share here)
Finally, some of you already knew I have a Chronodex stamp under progress. It was too bad one of the parts maker went out of business so I had to find another quality maker to continue the project. I've tried many different ways and I found an elegant solution, I am determined to release a self-inking Chronodex stamp in 2014, you will love it!