In this digital age, when we have everything available on our smartphones, a desk calendar might sound a little orthodox.
But it is not. Not for everyone.
In fact, desk calendars are still being distributed in offices, at least here in France.
At work, I still find people managing projects with desk calendars and sticky notes (not entirely with these two though). But discussing best productive ways is not my agenda here.
In my opinion, desk calendars may come handy if you just have to mark a few important dates. You may like it, you may not like. I am not going to make you like desk calendars.
Instead, I am going to show you an Ubuntu-themed desk calendar that you can print and put it on your desk.
The calendar is available in PDF form and can be downloaded from Deviant Art. This calendar is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese. Download size is 10MB.
I know that February is almost over and this is perhaps not the best time to share calendars, no matter how interesting it is. But I was informed by the designer Oswaldo only a few days back.
If you also have any interesting project that you would like to share with rest of us Linux users, feel free to contact me.
By the way, do you use desk calendars?