I’ve been trying to avoid this for a while now: notebooks you put below your keyboard.
So I started with the Panopad. I guess I’ll probably move on to the Panopad and the “Psychic notebook” after.
The moment I started to use my A5 Rhodia dotpads on the side was when I knew I’d probably move down this road sooner or later.
The concept is great, you just have a notebook that is more or less the width of your keyboard and you keep it below there to write task lists or to capture stuff. I usually divide mine in like 4-5 sections and write lists in it. Using it more or less like I would use a dotpad, except it is like 1/3 longer. Haven’t actually measured it, but it seems to be like that.
I love how much in can fill on it, the paper quality is great and I love the dots and the size. The two things I don’t like about it is that I can’t flip the page, and that it is kind of weird to bring it with me. All of that is something I think the Panobook probably solves.
So the one detail I have omitted this far is that this is like a giant ass sticky note. Like it in theory, but probably not for me.