Gardening Tools – Livescribe Pen

Whenever I go to church or a conference, or sit in a meeting, I take notes. I journal my quiet time, including my prayers. Notebooks filled with nuggets of wisdom from teachers, insights from God’s Word and assignments from bosses fill my home office. Anything important is buried in that pile of notebooks.

A couple of years ago, I discovered a tool that makes it easier for me to use my notes in a productive way. It’s the Livescribe pen. You also need to purchase special paper to write on.

You write with the pen and can, then, upload your notes to your computer. You can save them as a PDF or save them to optional software (MyScript for Livescribe) which converts your notes to text. This is the perfect way to keep your notes organized so you can refer to them later.

Livescribe also gives you the option to upload your notes to Facebook and to EverNote.

In addition, the pen records as you write. You can tap your notes and it will play back the recording at that point.

The most recent upgrade is a little confusing but the tech support is very helpful and will get you through the process quickly and easily.

I highly recommend the Livescribe pen. It’s one of those tools you’ll want to keep with you all the time to help you plow the fields for writing ideas.

You can find out more about the Livescribe pen here: http://www.livescribe.com/en-us/smartpen/

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Posted on October 19, 2011, in writing and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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