Digital Pens to Write on Any Paper

Digital Pens to Write on Any Paper July 3, 2008 — New York Times “In gadget-head circles, one of this summer’s most buzzworthy new products is the Pulse pen: a ballpoint that simultaneously records both your handwriting and the sound of the words you are transcribing.”

The Write Stuff?

May 2, 2008 — Popular Science “I’m sold. I used to struggle to figure out what my meeting notes meant. Now I can instantly go to the audio for clarification. And unlike earlier digital-ink pens, the Livescribe Pulse is slim and comfortable enough to hold for the few notes I do take.”

Reassessing the Aha! Moment

Reassessing the Aha! Moment February 3, 2008 — International Herald Tribune “The innovator Jim Marggraff, creator of an interactive world globe called the Odyssey Atlasphere, the LeapPad reading platform for children and LeapFrog’s Fly talking pen, explained that each creation built on the work that went into making the previous one. That same process of…

DEMO 2008 is abuzz about the smartpen

January 30, 2008 — Fortune Online “If you have ever been to Sundance, or any film festival for that matter, you are always looking for the film that is getting “buzz,” that inexplicable chatter that attaches itself to a potential breakout movie. If there is a startup and product with “buzz” at the DEMO confab…

Livescribe Pulse Pen Debuts

January 29, 2008 — Wired Online “The Livescribe Pulse pen is, so far, the most talked-about product at Demo. It writes! It records! It translates! It turns your scribbles into a document you can access from your computer! It could probably slice and dice, if need be… The biggest surprise: The gadget is relatively affordable:…

Livescribe unveil new Pulse Smartpen

Livescribe unveil new Pulse Smartpen January 29, 2008 — Tom’s Hardware Online “The Pulse Smart pen is one of those electronic pens that comes out and is almost immediately lumped into the same category as talking clocks and torch-pens. Surprisingly, it seems like it might actually be useful… Sounds great. If only we had them…