Despite hundreds of keyboard and stylus accessories for your phone or tablet, a pen and paper is still the easiest way to take notes at work. And in their continued effort to bridge your gadgets and notebooks, Evernote and Moleskine are introducing a business-oriented notebook that gives you space for jotting private notes not meant for coworkers' eyes.
As with Evernote's previous Moleskine collaborations, once a page is filled you can use an app on your device to photograph and digitise your notes so they can be archived or shared with co-workers. But with the business notebook, the bottom third of the page can be used for private notes, personal to-dos, or unflattering caricatures of those in the meeting with you.
When it comes time to digitise your notes, the app gives you the option of grabbing the entire page, or just the top two-thirds if you want to keep the rest private. At $33 (around £20) for a 240-page notebook they're not cheap, but if it means there's no risk of losing your job after an unflattering comment goes public, it's hard not to see the value. [Evernote via SlashGear]