Classes are back, and they’re bringing with them a slew of information that you may be accustomed to keeping in the form of notes. You may even, if you’re generally awesome at things, be keeping these notes in Evernote, taking advantage of the many beauties of searchable data.
Perhaps, though, you’re not. Why is this? Maybe:
- You don’t have a laptop
- You’re not comfortable taking your precious laptop to class
- You’re already carrying around 5,000 books and don’t want to destroy your spine
I happen to fall under the last two. I use my laptop to record my music, and risking my ability to record music every day isn’t exactly enticing. It’s also extra weight I certainly don’t need on my back, with the amount of coursework I’m taking this semester.
Luckily, there is an easier solution for note-taking that adds almost no weight, is much more replaceable, and brings a few other benefits your laptop wouldn’t have.
Your smartphone. Read More →