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Posted: 9/14/2010 9:37:00 AM EDT
If you're going to buy a product that allowed you to be super organized and have all pertinent health info in one place (if dealing with a chronic illness yourself or caring for a loved one with special health needs) which name appeals to you more: Know-It-All Notebook or Be Better Binder. Any other suggestions?
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:43:27 AM EDT
Handy Health Holder was just thrown into the ring also.

For anyone choosing *other*, please throw out other ideas. We're in a time crunch now and need to decide quickly!
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:43:57 AM EDT
I call mine "thumb drive".
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:45:23 AM EDT
death's dongle.

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Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:46:24 AM EDT
Neither. I don't want to be told by an office supply that I can be better, and know-it-all is sort of a negative characterization.

Better Binder would work. Universal Binder, Omnibinder, that sort of thing. Make it clearly about the binder rather than possibly about the buyer.
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:46:34 AM EDT
"Shit in One Sock" has a nice ring to it.
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:52:02 AM EDT
Originally Posted By JBlitzen:
Neither. I don't want to be told by an office supply that I can be better, and know-it-all is sort of a negative characterization.

Better Binder would work. Universal Binder, Omnibinder, that sort of thing. Make it clearly about the binder rather than possibly about the buyer.


Well, that's kind of the point........it would allow caregivers to be better organized and the *be better* also denotes better health for the ill person through better organization. Her son has been saved from a few medical mistakes because of her documentation and organization. In fact, when he goes for visits they pay as much attention to her notebook as to his chart.

And the *know-it-all* is to give the impression that all pertinent information is there at your fingertips so you can know it all to answer any question about the care they're receiving.

Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:52:37 AM EDT
Originally Posted By bcw107:
I call mine "thumb drive".


Link Posted: 9/14/2010 9:53:37 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/14/2010 9:55:35 AM EDT by Adjuster]
Originally Posted By bcw107:
I call mine "thumb drive".


Health Care Information Holder

Tells you exactly what is in the thing.

Have that branded all over the thumb drive.

Link Posted: 9/14/2010 10:00:12 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Adjuster:
Originally Posted By bcw107:
I call mine "thumb drive".


Health Care Information Holder

Tells you exactly what is in the thing.

Have that branded all over the thumb drive.



That sort of misses the point. A thumb drive requires you to carry around a laptop, etc. which is cumbersome and many people don't have. It also doesn't allow for the doctors/nurses to enter in their information.

And she's looking for a catchier, more whimsical name.
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 10:01:48 AM EDT
Originally Posted By OnlineAllTheTime:
Originally Posted By JBlitzen:
Neither. I don't want to be told by an office supply that I can be better, and know-it-all is sort of a negative characterization.

Better Binder would work. Universal Binder, Omnibinder, that sort of thing. Make it clearly about the binder rather than possibly about the buyer.

Well, that's kind of the point........it would allow caregivers to be better organized and the *be better* also denotes better health for the ill person through better organization. Her son has been saved from a few medical mistakes because of her documentation and organization. In fact, when he goes for visits they pay as much attention to her notebook as to his chart.

And the *know-it-all* is to give the impression that all pertinent information is there at your fingertips so you can know it all to answer any question about the care they're receiving.

I realize that's what you intend, but I don't think it's what you convey.
Link Posted: 9/14/2010 10:10:48 AM EDT
Originally Posted By JBlitzen:
Originally Posted By OnlineAllTheTime:
Originally Posted By JBlitzen:
Neither. I don't want to be told by an office supply that I can be better, and know-it-all is sort of a negative characterization.

Better Binder would work. Universal Binder, Omnibinder, that sort of thing. Make it clearly about the binder rather than possibly about the buyer.

Well, that's kind of the point........it would allow caregivers to be better organized and the *be better* also denotes better health for the ill person through better organization. Her son has been saved from a few medical mistakes because of her documentation and organization. In fact, when he goes for visits they pay as much attention to her notebook as to his chart.

And the *know-it-all* is to give the impression that all pertinent information is there at your fingertips so you can know it all to answer any question about the care they're receiving.

I realize that's what you intend, but I don't think it's what you convey.


Thanks for the input. I'll let her know.
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