Today’s Evernote Trunk conference had a surprising twist: A cooperation between digital notetaker Evernote and traditional jotter, Moleskine. Most of us use Moleskine books (I favour the really tiny variety) but the concept of an integrated system appeals.
The new notebook is specially designed to work with an Evernote Moleskine iOS application so that pages can be snapped and sent direct to Evernote in searchable format. A set of stickers supplied with the book can be used to allow automatic notebook and tagging selection.
It sounds a good idea. But I don’t like the price of one book at a fairly discouraging $24.95. To soften the blow, each notebook comes with three months’ Evernote Premium subscription.
by Mike Evans, 24 August 2012
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