Slice is a personal notebook that is trying to marry the world of analog and virtual storage

The digital world is pretty amazing. We've been offered technology that can store countless amounts of information and make note taking more efficient and easier. But there's still a very real need and use for paper today. Some people love to take their notes in a notebook, and others find it's easier to doodle ideas and brainstorming on paper rather than a tablet or computer. The result is an awkward disconnect between your paper notes and digital storage. It's inconvenient and even risky to file things in the old fashioned paper way, but there hasn't been a great affordable solution for merging the two. A great solution to bring paper and digital together has finally emerged with Slice Planner.

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