Lots of blogs to read either on-line or off-line, naturally it is impossible to include every single one, but let us start in the obvious place first:
Philofaxy - I know you are here already, but did you know you can read Philofaxy via a number of ways. On-line just go to http://philofaxy.com and here you are.. You can also subscribe to the blog by email, pop your preferred email address in the box in the side bar, it will send you a confirmation email, then you will receive the blog posts once per day for you to read even if you don't have internet access.
You can also load the Yearbooks from previous years on to a Kindle or similar eReader and have hours if not days of reading pleasure on a desert island with no internet... as long as you can charge your eReader!
Twice a week we post links to as many Filofax and related blog posts as we can find, so they provide you with a 'one stop shop' for the best of all the posts from around the internet.
They say a picture saves a thousand words... and you can gain so much from seeing peoples different set ups, but where to look? Well Flickr is one of the best communities for Filofax photo sharing, pop 'Filofax' in to the search box and you can be there for days. I use the search term on my Apple TV as a screen saver!
There is also a Philofaxy Flickr Group there too with about 6000 images to browse through. However, pop Filofax in the search box and look for other groups too.
You Tube is the obvious place to get your 'fix' of Filofax videos, but you will have to be quite disciplined in what you watch there's enough new content to fill up any 168 hour week... and more than that!
Philofaxy has a channel there, with occasional videos and hints and tips.. sometimes a short video saves a lot of photographs and lots of words.
We also highlight and link to a selection of videos twice a week in our Webfinds posts. I try to avoid 'Haul and Goodies' videos, 'Un-boxing' videos and 'Vertical Videos'. When you have seen one person pushing around and wrestling with a Jiffy bag single handed, holding their iAndroid camera phone in the other hand, you know you have seen them all really!
Subscribe to some of the notable channels from some our readers and you won't go far wrong, but who to include and who to leave out, here are some of my favourites... ok here goes!
- Imysworld - For me the person who started it all off, Imy's relaxed and cool way of explaining anything takes a lot of beating. There have been many imitators, but none of them come close.
- Adamsfilo - Adam from UK is slowly becoming a star in his own right.
- My Purpley Life - If Washi Tape and stickers is your thing switch over to Jennifer's channel you won't be disappointed. She also does reviews of organisers too.
- Joshua La Porte - Josh has his own way of telling you about his set ups, I'm sure you will gain some hints and tips from his experiments with different sizes and organsiers.
- Tracy Reinhardt - Her silky voice will lull you whilst you watch the latest video of the changes to her set up...
- Kent from Oz - Hints and Tips... in a truly Australian Way.. the channel his son said would never get any viewers!
- Filofax 'Filosophy' - Neil has some great tips on using other types of paper and some great ideas on GTD set ups using Filofax as well as other topics.
- TheGLOSSette - Fast talking and informative
- KateBTPS - Kate is always trying out new things and sharing them on her channel
Ray Blake Podcast - Ray has done an occasional pod cast you can download and listen to. Details on his site here
There are a lot of places where you can interact with other Philofaxy readers. The obvious place of course is in the comments on each blog post including Philofaxy... please don't forget that. But what about elsewhere.
Facebook is the obvious place and there are lots of groups and pages there, just pop Filofax in to the search box at the top and you will find plenty of groups, too many to list really, because new ones keep springing up on a weekly basis.
Twitter - A lot of our readers are on Twitter too. There is a list of people on the @Philofaxy account
Google Plus - There is a small cross section of our community on Google Plus, many of them not on Facebook, so don't forget to check out Google Plus .
LinkedIn - It's Facebook for grown ups! And people interested in careers... that's not me then! But like the other 'networks' there is also a Philofaxy presence on LinkedIn