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Top 10 DIY Miracles You Can Accomplish with a $1 Binder Clip

Top 10 DIY Miracles You Can Accomplish with a $1 Binder Clip
SExpand I like my hipster PDA better. In fact, what I would totally do if I didn't love my Q is have a cheap texting dumbphone and a newer unactivated smartphone, either a Windows Phone or Blackberry, to use as a PDA alongside a dumbphone. In fact, I'd love to do that now even with my Q, but I think it may be awkward since I use my Q for all calendar needs, notes, tasks, etc. now. In that case, I'd end up using the newer smartphone more as a media device than a PDA. Oh and to stay relevant... cool article!

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