Lifehacker’s Favorite Notebooks

Among their other favorite workspace tools, these are the top picks for note-taking:

Paper and Note-Taking Tools
Despite our zest for technology, pen and paper is still Lifehacker readers’ favorite note-taking tool. Let’s take those notes in style.

Moleskine Notebooks: We take our note-taking very seriously around these parts, so it’s no surprise that we’re fans of the high quality Moleskine line of notebooks. They come in all shapes and sizes, they’ve got thick, durable binding, and they just feel good in your hand.

Field Notes: Like to do a lot of back-pocket note-taking? The pocket-sized Field Notes memo books are just the right size for the job, are flexible but durable enough to survive your pocket, and come in graphed, ruled, plain, and mixed flavors. (Original post)

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4 Responses to “Lifehacker’s Favorite Notebooks”

  1. I am so tempted by the Field Notes notebooks. If I didn’t have a stack of like, 20 moleskines, I would probably give them a shot. I wish the color ones were available without buying a “subscription” though.

  2. i know this is off-topic but i reli want to know more about the giant notebook you posted a while ago, if you don;t mind…thanks!

  3. I was just suckered into reading one of your five-year old posts on Writing Instruments Daily. It is up to you if you want to recycle so many of your old posts, but frankly they are a pain when so many of them end up populating Writing Instruments Daily from the Edison Pen Company.

  4. My old posts are promoted via Twitter, not recycled on the site. And they are always marked as “from the archives.”

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