Do you use a Apple Macintosh or Windows or Linux? Do you use any
program, like iPhoto, to keep the scans organized? I really like the
idea of scanning my Moleskine. I love looking at my handwritten pages.
A lot more than I enjoy looking at computer fonts.
I'm thinking of scanning mainly to organize all the notes I have
scattered across different notebooks. My notes are all intermingled,
so I have notes on different subjects following each other just
because that's the order in which I happened to write them. I don't
want to cut up my moleskines to organize my notes by subject. So I
thought scanning them might be a good way to arrange things by topic.
Rather than scan mine, I re-write notes from the pocket cahiers I take
into meetings into a fuller report of the meeting. I write that in an
Apica CD-15 that I use for my work log. I carry the Apica in a leather
The paper is much better with fountain pens. The Moleskine paper gets
worse as the pen nib gets wider. I'm a fan of fine nibs, but some are
wide enough to cause bleed-through. This never has happened with the
Clairfontaine paper in the Apicas. Also, the surface is smooth, almost