It is interesting how this debate continues ..... and how like me all of us seem to move back and forth ...
I've also lost count of the number of apps I have, the scripts I've written in Outlook not to mention the number of different size / style notebooks, filofaxes, folders etc I have collected over the years ...
However something on one of these forums clicked with my last year that suggested:
Digital for anything historic or future, and
Analog for anything current ....
I have adopted this and it seems to work for me in that I now have:
Digital via Outlook;
Generic task list (I have a quick function that files an email that requires next action but flags it, marks as unread so I can retrieve it on iPad and Outlook task list - I then categorise and use TaskTask on the iPad)
I also have a script in Outlook that takes any email that starts with the @T. and converts it direct into a task and deletes from inbox ... this allows me to quickly drop tasks on to my task list with a quick email.
The thing I've struggled with is meeting notes .... some people still struggle to realise you're taking notes when typing versus distracted on something else .... plus always challenging to take notes and read documents on the same device single screen ...
So I tend to use iPad for the meeting pack and take notes on an A6 postitnote pad in a nice leather holder that I now have with me all the time. I then process the notes later in the day taking any actions.
The only deviation currently from this is I am trying an iPad app called 'Less Meeting' which allows you to capture notes and actions ... but importantly syncs those actions directly with reminders on iPad meaning it gets straight back on to my task list in Outlook with no intervention.
This works quite well and I now vary between the two dependent on meeting .... usually group meetings done via iPad and 1:1 on paper.