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Moleskine’s Evernote Day Book

Workbook maker partners with Evernote to create a day-book that bridges online and offline note-taking.

Plus Aziz
Plus Aziz on August 27, 2012. @plusaziz

Moleskine has released a new version of its notebook series that makes it easy to upload handwritten notes to productivity service Evernote and view them across devices. The ‘lines’ on the pages help to automatically straighten the image when taken by the Evernote app on the iPad or iPhone. The notebook comes with helpful stickers to help ‘tag’ digital images that are meant to improve the notebook as a workspace.

The partnership is a great example of the boundaries between online and offline worlds are evaporating. Watch the video below to see Moleskine’s product in action.

Moleskine Evernote Books.

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