If Only I Could Write On the Pages of a Blank Screen

Years ago, I wrote a post about using my then-new iPad. I tried to find the post in the archive of the many online-catacombs that I’ve dug and filled, but I can’t find it. The post had something to do with the contention between the digital and analog worlds that we navigate. I must have written that post over five years ago, and the debate on ebooks vs. “real”-books was going strong.

Not too long ago, I put together a simple website about how Evernote can be used in the classroom for one of my classes. While working on the site, I came across a little bit of information that rekindled my interest in the interaction between our analog and digital worlds. Most notably, Evernote and Moleskine are cross-pollinating and I’m very interested in finding out if the offspring is fit for survival. Continue reading “If Only I Could Write On the Pages of a Blank Screen”