LIVESCRIBE – Because some of us still write… Just do it sexier!
We came across this amazing diddy of a pen when I attended the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) about 3 years ago. Wifi and power was beyond sparse – imagine 200,000 tech people in one place for a week, and I simply needed a pen. God forbid right? I purchased a Livescribe so that I could at least legibly digitize my notes. It was an added benefit that I could record speeches as well. The process was seamless and I was comfortable being the total Geekette that I am (my family was overheard saying “Gosh now she even has an electronic pen!”), and I even began to journal more which was a goal.
It got even better – who would have thought that Livescribe and Evernote would find each other?! They did and they play nicely. Here are 3 Reasons why the Echo/ Evernote integration is a must have.
- Livescribe has dedicated it’s existence to handwriting recognition technology. While Evernote’s is great, theirs is simply better. When you combine the two… Pow!
- My social media marketing use case – The Pencast. Kind of a brilliant concept for people who like to write. As the pen records your writing flow, you can share notes as they were recorded – with audio. Then share them! In my new book on social media marketing (coming – January 13), I talk about selecting your brand’s social media marketing channels based on YOUR preferences. This ensures consistency (one of the most integral factors in building a solid following). If you are a writer – think about letting someone in on your process… Yep, that’s good!
- Add supporting documents right from Evernote to your Pencasts – Video, Photos, Presentations, anything that can provide insight into your project.
The New Echo Smart Pen
What is Livescribe?
Livescribe is changing the way people capture, use and share information with pen and paper using the Echo smartpen and Livescribe platform.
The Echo smartpen is a computer in a pen that records everything you hear and links it to what you write, so you never miss a word. Listen to recorded audio by tapping on your notes. Upload your notes and audio you captured with Echo to your computer to search for words or share your notes and recordings online.
Who is Echo designed for?
Echo is designed for anyone that uses pen and paper to take notes, draw, communicate or express themselves. Echo is an ideal gadget for college students, but is also perfect for tech lovers, journalists, doctors, accountants, attorneys, architects, artists and other business professionals.
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