NaNoWriMo: Best Free Android and iPhone Apps For Writers

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The first week of NaNoWriMo is at an end and hopefully you’ve reached your word count goals every day (or caught up by now). If you’re attending any of the NYC-based write-ins this week, keep an eye out for me! Riffing off my post from earlier this week on good smartphones for writers, today I […]

How Would You Improve MindManager?

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We have a lot of readers that rely on Mindjet’s MindManager to take notes, brainstorm projects, manage to-do lists and much more. MindManager is one of the most flexible applications I’ve ever used, with countless ways to apply it to a particular need or workstyle. I use their tablet pc features to ink a lot […]

New Version of InkSeine Released

InkSeine Update Tablet PC

Our good friends at Microsoft Research, Raman and Ken, have released a new version of InkSeine that addresses a lot of issues and introduces some new features. Users of InkSeine should see the update notification pop-up when they exit out of InkSeine. It can also be downloaded directly from here (if you download it directly […]

Headed to College This Fall? Livescribe Wants To Know Where

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If you are headed off to college this fall, then you will no doubt be taking a TON of notes. If a Tablet PC isn’t your cup of tea, then be sure to take a look at Livescribe‘s Pulse Smartpen, which will record your ink and audio notes. To learn more, head over to Livescribe’s […]

Livescribe Secures $10 Million In Funding

Considering the economic times we find ourselves in, the following funding news is indeed good news for Livescribe. It is also good to see them talk about opening an application store later this year. I’m looking forward to hearing from Warner on how his digital note-taking experiment is going with the Livescribe notebook. Livescribe Inc. […]

LiveScribe Now Mac Compatible, Public Beta Announced

Mac note-takers now rejoice. LiveScribe’s pen and software are now Mac compatible, and they are inviting Mac-users to paricipate in a public beta for free. The official version will be releaed in Q1 2009. In addition to being Mac-compatible, LiveScribe also introduced new features, just for the Windows crowd, that allow users to print their […]