Microsoft: The Redmond Moleskine Police

Bzzzzzzzzzzzzz Alert
Looks like Scoble is trying to start some buzz for Microsoft OneNote. [No Link! Do not want to contribute to buzz factor — read Scoble’s post here]
Well, if Microsoft expects me to turn in my Hipster PDA or my Moleskine notebooks, they are out of their mind.
I have tried every form of electronic organizer, address book, PDA, etc. and I have deleted or sold every one of them eventually. I am an old-fashioned pen and paper man when it comes to notes and jottings.
Maybe I am one of those dinosaurs that Microsoft is trying to sell to.
PS: While you are here, please feel free to help me choose a new Geek Gadget Bag. I need all the input I can get!

2 Replies to “Microsoft: The Redmond Moleskine Police”

  1. I love my moleskin and HPDA and use both everyday . . . . but I must confess I really love One Note. I’m a paper hog. I love it, the feel of paper, the perfect pen, even the coffee rings. But One Note is the only program that I use with some relish. I use it only for online-at-home-research stuff. It will never replace my HPDA or moleskine or any of my paper or pens.

  2. I love my moleskin and HPDA and use both everyday . . . . but I must confess I really love One Note. I’m a paper hog. I love it, the feel of paper, the perfect pen, even the coffee rings. But One Note is the only program that I use with some relish. I use it only for online-at-home-research stuff. It will never replace my HPDA or moleskine or any of my paper or pens.

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