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October 23, 2017


John Upton

I used to use onenote and thought it was great. Among other things, it made a great digital trial notebook with its redwell organization. But I'll be interested to hear whether it's nimble enough for quick notes which Keep excels at.

By the way, the little computer--in the end does it have a role for a future lawyer?

Rick Georges

Yes, I have moved to OneNote and there is an extension for Chrome that enables it to be very nimble. Same clip feature. Just click the extension and click to save. I like it so far. It remains to be seen whether the SmartPen bluetooth syncing works well. But, I really like the idea of having my tablet on my desk and having it create digital copies of my notes on the fly. The little computer is back in its box. But, I am still trying to figure out a use for it. The screen is too small to use while traveling; unless, of course, you connect it to an in room TV. But, my ultralight is easy to transport so it will remain my main computer.

Tom Stirewalt

All well and good about OneNote and security.
BUT, my concern is more mechanical. I find it tiring and eventually painful to hold/write-with a slender pen. I find the larger diameter is easier on my finger with the dent in it from holding too long and/or tightly. Smaller diameter means I feel I can write smaller too, and then things begin to dip into the illegible sooner rather than later. At that point I have to type or stop taking notes because why waste my time scribbling what I will not be able to read later?

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