I wrote last year about changes to the Livescribe desktop application. In that post I mentioned MyScript for Livescribe. MyScript is a new third party software application that is integrated into Livescribe Desktop and allows you to take your Livescribe written content and translate this into Word documents.
We like the product.
This blog post is an example of what MyScript finds when you send Livescribe content from the Desktop over to MyScript. As a side note, I think the page I was writing on had some smudges as the Livescribe page is missing some writing strokes that I can clearly see on my Journal.
This screen capture is an example of the MyScript user interface – the panel on the left is the page from Livescribe Desktop, while the panel on the right is what MyScript has transcribed.
MyScript is very simple to use. One feature I like is the 1 button push to send to Notepad. It means I can drop from MyScript into Notepad and then cut/paste into the WordPress WYSIWYG new post editor.
I think MyScript for Livescribe would be a very useful addition for students, PA’s, project managers etc.