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  1. Over the past couple years I've had multiple ways to organize my files on my laptop. I've reorganized time and time again but each time i do it i find it just as hard to get to my files. So my question is how do you organize your files? Folders, everything on the desktop?
  2. I am debating LD this year and I am currently working on constructing a theory file. So far, I have a bunch of blocks for arguments like effects T bad, limits good, conditionality bad, etc., but I'm worried that I still won't be able to answer certain theory arguments on the national circuit because I don't have answers/don't know what they are. Can anybody give me a list of the major LD theory concepts, or link me to a place where I can find them? I did policy for a few years, so I know some of those, I just need LD-specific stuff. Any help is appreciated.
  3. I'm a novice LDer (not that it matters that much for this question) and for the current topic (living wage) I realized the importance of blocks- lots of them. I have AT files for pretty much every stock issue novices run (luckily for me, not a whole lot), so about 10 files each for aff and neg, plus about 5 framework answers files. Normally, I'll just print them out, but as I've been growing the amount of files I have and as I'm constantly changing my prep, cases, blocks, etc, it takes too long to print out and I find myself printing stuff out constantly. And even when I use an expando, I find it hard to keep organized inround. I'd rather use my prep writing answers than sorting through papers. So what I'm trying to ask is has anyone tried doing paperless debate with an iPad? I have an iPad 2 with a keyboard case, so it feels a little like a computer. What I really need is an app that can allow me to easily transition from file to file, without having to sort through folders or have wait times in between each transition. Or an app that allows me to view multiple docs at once. Dropbox is actually pretty good, like it has a sidebar for the documents, and you can quickly switch between them, but I was wondering if there is something better out there. I've been using Word to edit my stuff, btw. Edit: does anyone know of any other programs besides verbatim for computers that will count the number of words in cards?
  4. Has anyone found camps that have released their starter pack yet?
  5. Hey everyone, new to Cross-X.com, but I'd like some help finding the Best Affs from other Workshops (Camps). I have a google form survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSco_3FLIxPbLm-6t8cEWx1_pqoxCOVXPfEgjUhZNXTkgdQtLw/viewform I'd appreciate if you guys helped me out. If anyone has any of their own affs that they want to add, that's fine by me. Thanks
  6. Hi everyone. I started a massive online shared google drive for lincoln douglas evidence sharing. we have tens of thousands of pages of information, the only thing you need to do to access it is upload your contributions to the drive. this can be cases, a few cards, a brief we don't have yet (i think we have them all for this topic besides tff) or backfiles on just about anything. If you want to join you can contact me at Bocajrelznuk@gmail.com or you can PM me here but I do check my email more often. Good luck this season! - LuciferLovesLD
  7. I live in missouri or lay judge central if you are close this framework is a good idea if you want to bring a new aspect into how you debate in lay areas. This is an evolving file meaning I take requests and will keep making cuts and expanding when I learn more about what I'm actually looking to do for strategy.
  8. jai127

    Free Files

    I'm going to posting a bunch of stuff my partner and I have from our backfiles that we used and found to be really good resources. Internal Link File ---> T standards for memorization Fem turns ---> Self explanatory I'll be dumping all of our T shells into here once I get it all organized. Internal Link File.docx Fem turns.docx
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