Using Livescribe pen
I've been using the Livescribe pen for about a year now, and find it extremely useful. Yes it is somewhat fatter than the usual writing device, but that is to accommodate the tracking electronics. I use it for notes in meetings because: (1) It can track audio with the notes that I write, so that I can play back discussions at a later time, and (2) Devices like laptops, tablets, etc are banned at company meetings since so many people chose to surf the web or answer email while the meeting was underway.
The pen works flawlessly, and provides an easy mechanism to archive notes. With additional software, you can easily convert the written notes to digital text if desired. And you can print your own paper to use with the pen, but note that you'll need a good quality laser printer for the paper to be read reliably; I've found that the average home inkjet printer is insufficient.
Hope this helps.
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