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OLD SKOOL JOURNALING JUST GOT EPIC: Evernote Teams With Moleskine to Bring Your “Feelings Journal” Into the Future


Yes I know everyone seems to have a blog these days filled with feelings and other crap that no one but you wants to read, but that doesn’t mean some of us older folks don’t jones for a diary fix every now and then and wish we could combine the old way of writing about our love for Nathan Fillion in pink ink with the convenience of current technology.

And, why look here, the popular Moleskin journal has teamed up with tech company Evernote to help put that weird longing together!

Basically it involves special paper, an app and a bunch of “smart” stickers. Here’s the description from the website:
 

Fill this book with ideas and sketches, then let the Evernote mobile app bring them to your computer, phone and tablet with a simple snapshot. 

Take a photo of any page in this book with Evernote’s new Page Camera feature and it instantly becomes digital so that you can save it, search it and share it with the world. This book contains specially formatted paper, designed specifically for use with Evernote.

And it’s priced at only $24.95 so it’s not going to break the bank if you so desire to share with the world your handwritten Malcolm in the Middle Slash Fiction .

Let’s hope the web is soon filled with copies of journal pages decorated with various shaped penises.

Source: Uncrate

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