» iPhone–Notes or Resistance?
I got an iPhone 5 a few months ago. Since it is so easy to use I am more confident trying out apps and other features. But I have not bothered with the Calendar, Notes or Reminders icons. I use paper products for those tools and have not transitioned–even a bit–to digital.
Part of this resistance is that I am a “paper person.” Everybody around me reads on a Kindle, Nook or iPad. I love my hardcover books, and my bookcases, and to me the experience of reading is richer and deeper through the senses. There is an intimacy with the page that is missing in a device.
That being said–I feel myself getting sucked into the vortex of digital notes.
It would certainly be convenient to jot my notes on my phone since I carry it around with me wherever I go. But I also carry a pocket planner and a small Rhodia pad. They are quick and easy to use–why bother with the phone?
Anyone else going through the tussle, or feel like a rebel?