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post #31 of 36
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Originally Posted by granodemostasa
i use my laptop


what type of barbarian would use a carbon based writing system? what century do you think we're in?
I hope you are being sarcastic
post #32 of 36
gah...hate....notebooks....so....much.....


....stupid....spiral....ringies....always....so... .annoying....


*nervous breakdown*
post #33 of 36
Perferated notebooks here. Keeps everything organized good and if I have to tear something out its nice and clean. Plus I can't write in binders as I'm left-handed.
post #34 of 36
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Originally Posted by Oistrakh
I hope you are being sarcastic
i am... shoulda added a or to make it clearer.

i find notebooks to be easier to use since they don't get messed around like filler paper. before i went to an all laptop system i used different colored notebooks for each class.
post #35 of 36
notebooks and those five star 4 pocket laminated folders. Color mateched btw. I hate recording lectures. I can't stand to listen to my professors a second time.
post #36 of 36
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Originally Posted by majid
Nowadays I use large squared Moleskine notobooks to take meeting notes, but back when I was in college, I would use loose-leaf. Then again, it was so brutal i would go through a 250-sheet pack every 2 weeks or so. Later, I also summarized the notes into A5 bristol cards, the act of summarizing was an excellent was to reacquaint myself with the material and have quick study flashcards.
I also use moleskine. I figure if that they are good enough for Van Gogh and Picasso then they are good enough for me.
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