Spring ahead…. Don’t forget.
First doodle in my new RocketBook notebook.
I just bought a Rocketbook!!! I’m so excited to get it in the mail! This thing seems so fucking cool and I think I’m gonna buy one for my little brother’s birthday! It’ll be great for him in school
Fellow Studyblrs, I did a Rocketbook review video!
I’m on break from work, so I decided to come to the Math Center Library and review some banking terms for a Business quizz that I’ll do later today
Trying out a new (reusable!) planner at work. So far, I like it.
As a Christmas present to myself I bought this Rocketbook. It has a special type of paper that allows you to write notes using Frixion pens, scan the page with your phone, and gives you the option to save it in your camera roll, email it, and much more. After you are finished you use a damp microfiber cloth to erase the ink and you can start all over again! This is a great alternative to regular paper notebooks for people who like writing instead of typing. It’s also less bulky and lighter than notebooks and laptops. I love discovering new environmental frendly products! 💚
#Nerdgasm over the #Everlast #Notebook by: #Rocketbook, why?
#Eco-Friendly #Reusable #EasilyDigital #Uploadable to any Cloud Service #etc
My rocketbook arrived in the mail yesterday! It’s a notebook with really smooth pages made of polyester, you can write on it with frixion pens, scan the pages with the app and then wipe it clean to reuse it! The app works really well, there are 7 symbols on the notebook and you can use each one to send your scans to a different destination. I hope it lasts as long as promised by the company so I can avoid lots of paper waste 🌏♻️
I’m chugging away on Project Quaere et Inveni, but I wanted to take a moment to give my opinion on a little notebook and the app that comes with it.
That is the RocketBook. It’s a reusable notebook that you can clean the pages with a damp microfiber cloth and comes in three sizes: Mini, Everlast, and Wave. (I use the Everlast you can find in the stationary department at Wal-Mart. The Everlast came with a microfiber cloth and a black ink Pilot Frixon pen.)
The way it works is that is has a series of symbols on the bottom of each page. On the inside front cover are the same ones, but you can write in which symbol goes to the which destination. (These should match how you set them up in your app as well.) It can sync up to your Google Drive, Dropbox, and (most importantly for me) EverNote along with a few others.
The real thing I like with the app is that you can do pdf scans. It scans multiple pages (that have to have the same symbol marked in the notebook and the option has to enabled in the app) and consolidates them into a single pdf file. I wrote up four pages of notes for my game, scanned, and now they sit in my game’s project notebook in EverNote. Though I need to figure out how to set up color in my scans since I have multiple Frixon pens now in various colors. ^^;
But, this little notebook beats carrying around a ton of notebook paper!
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Free entrance to Czech National Gallery…