Resource: Virtual • Install: 0 • Influence: 1

When you install Rolodex, look at the top 5 cards of your stack and arrange them in any order.

When Rolodex is trashed, trash the top 3 cards of your stack.

"I told you to lose my number!"
Criminal • Seage • Old Hollywood 84
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Whenever I play Criminal, I spend at least one turn (and usually many more than that) looking at a hand of 5 cards, all of which I want to keep and none of which I want to play yet. This solves the problem of having to decide whether to risk trashing your Legwork, Inside Job, or Account Siphon when you're fishing for a breaker or some economy by storing the cards you're looking for in a fairly safe location: your stack.

Of course, there's also the pipe dream: using this thing to Eureka! a Blackguard into play... hey, gotta dream, right?

(Data and Destiny era)

Just felt like pointing out a small interaction with Apex as one of few resources it can utilize. For 1 influence you can scry your top 5, draw what you need, then sacrifice it to get rid of three potentially unwanted copies. If you want all 5 cards, Rolodex makes great post-Apocalypse fodder!

(The Universe of Tomorrow era)
Apex was your first thought when you saw this? My first thought was, "Finally, a reason to play Oracle May!" —
While Oracle May would certainly work with this card on the short term, motivation works way, way better with her. It lasts the whole game and you don't have to remember anything. —