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I was talking to a Queensland user last week about how she is finding the new sticky notes that we added to the product range in July. This user is studying at university and despite the faculty offering most lectures as podcasts she’s found her Smartpen an invaluable study tool. What was interesting was how she’s using sticky notes to help her capture and recall specific content and learning’s. Here’s a picture she sent me showing a set of supplied lecture content with sticky notes added. She uses sticky notes as follows: During lessons she can either take notes in

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There’s a new Livescribe Paper Product option that we “may” have available in the Australia/New Zealand market shortly. The paper product has Grid lines rather than the standard ruled notebooks. These notebooks are available in both A5 and A4 pads and are sold as a 4-pack. Who Could Use These Notebooks? I think these notebooks are going to appeal to users who are working in design industries (such as architecture, interior design, engineering), students studying subjects such as optometry, science, built environment, or even sales reps who need to capture sketches, schematics, or site inspections when working with prospects and

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Earlier this year Livescribe introduced a great new product to their US range of dot paper – Livescribe Sticky Notes Sold as a 6-pack of pads these look pretty cool and would be very handy for most Livescribe Smartpen Users. Quickly capture short notes, lists, and reminders while adding audio to them. You can attach sticky notes to any printout, magazine, or book page to add personalized interactive notes. Some applications I can see include: Teachers can interact with students and use sticky notes to leave follow up tips. A teacher might use a student’s sticky note to leave comments

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