(I need to start naming all these STC entries in a way that makes it clear for people who are following this, hmm.)
Oh, sorry, talking to myself. Again. (Did you know again is an adverb? I looked it up. How odd. Well, not odd when you think about it. I mean, when you think about it, again modifies the verb....)
Today I present to you what ronniebeegood did with scene cards and Blake Snyder's (Save the Cat ) methodology.
He says: "Here's a couple of pics complete with ugly masking tape. One shows the whole board:
"And the other shows a closeup of a segment:
"It's a foldable scientific project board ($3.99) from Target and the index cards are upside down with the title at the bottom to get the accordion effect. There's a +/- on the bottom along with a >< conflict note just above the scene title. The colored mark at the bottom left of some of the cards indicates action in India vs. U.S. I want to do more color coding to show the interweaving better, but haven't done it yet. Still more work!"
Okay, that officially blows me off the map! I'm impressed!
(And I'll get back to the moleskine idea soon -- which could be used in conjunction with something more involved, like this.)