Just to be clear, this is mostly a thought-experiment at the moment. Purely hypothetical. It may morph into something more than that, but right now that's as far as it goes.
There's a lot of value in doing this. I wasn't able to truly use a digital calendar each day until I started writing out my day on paper. It took the analog process to help me grasp the subtleties of what I was doing. But after a run on the digital side I'm now back on paper for my daily schedule.
I think that's what has me curious about it. The calendar piece on paper has shown me benefits that I wouldn't otherwise have ever discovered. The mental exploration of a paper-based task manager is to see what benefits I may be missing out on.
It's the core features of the digital realm that bring the power. Alerts and repeats. The big question I want to answer is this:
Will projects and tasks fall through the cracks if my system requires me to act in order to determine what comes next?