I’ve come to accept that it’s unlikely the US will ever switch to the metric system; instead, I try to find workarounds. So I was interested in a recent comment to an oldish post about whether or not we should make a dot Habana notebook:
Right now, every time someone hands me an 8.5″x11″ sheet … I have to fold it into thirds and let it stick out the top of my notebook. It’s infuriating. A “compact” Habana would take one folded in half perfectly.
I immediately went to experiment, but all my large Habanas are still in boxes since my office is under construction. Still, I figured I’d pass on the tip.
How do you deal with clashing paper sizes?