Some things in life require that personal, hand-written touch. Everyday greetings, lunch notes, or love letters get that extra bit of substance when you break away from the keyboard. As a busy freelancer, I’m always looking to pack in creativity that’s simple, fun, and quick to complete.
For recent grads and young professionals, first job interviews are a crash course in interpersonal skills, thinking on ones feet and the danger of homonyms (pro-tip: led is the past tense of ‘to lead’). To ease the learning curve a bit, we’ve got tips below on how to take smart notes in your job interview to answer questions intelligently, schedule the second (or third) interview and, of course, land your perfect job.
Reflection and Ideation
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Introducing Bamboo Spark: a smart notebook that saves your handwritten notes digitally and allows you to convert those handwritten notes to plain text instead of retyping. Now writers of all stripes can write like their heroes while continuing to move their process forward.
Bamboo Spark‘s most requested app feature is now available to download. Beginning today, Bamboo Spark supports handwriting to text conversion, giving users the ability to write on paper, save their work to the cloud, and then convert their handwriting into convenient standard text files. It’s just one more way Bamboo Spark continues to deliver the best pen-to-paper-to-digital experience.
The Bamboo Spark is a great tool to enhance your every day note taking. We have asked four entrepreneurs to try out the Bamboo Spark for themselves and asked them how the device would fit in their workflow.