Shot note: a virtual pen and paper: save, search and
share your hand-written notes and sketches.
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Clarke, Todd Fujisawa, Masayoshi
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I recently had the honor to teach a CCIM course in Tokyo for IREM
Chapter No. 110. During the course, I made a number of new friends,
including IREM instructor, Masayoshi "Mark" Fujisawa, CPM.
Knowing my passion for technology, Mark was kind enough to share
with me a new app, called Shot Note. Shot Note is a hardware / software
combination bringing together a notebook and an app that work
simu11aneously to record your notes and sketches onto your iPhone, iPad
and iPad Touch. Its like a virtual notebook.
SAVE, SEARCH AND SHARE
The beauty of the Shot Xote app is that vou can have the freedom
and familiarity of using your pen and paper, with the organizational and
sharing capabilities of a Smartphone.
Although I always have my iPhone and iPad with me, I often end up
in places where note taking is just more convenient in a notebook
format--and now I have the best of both worlds as I can map out the
latest idea or business plan and store it in my iPhone, syncing it with
Evernote, which then updates on my desktop, laptop, iPhone and all of my
devices. Even better, Shot Note will convert my hand-written notes into
digital text that can be indexed, searched and categorized.
Shot Note memo pads are currently available through Amazon.com and
other office supply stores for $12.95. The Shot Note app is available
for free through the iTunes App Store.
As you can see in the picture, you simply take a picture of the
notebook using these applications which adjust the picture so it will
fit the screen just right, even if you take it from a skewed angle.
Memos saved in iPhone can be browsed either chronologically or
categorically. Ii you name a memo, you can search it at a later
time."--Masayoshi "Mark" Fujisawa, CPM
MASAYOSHI "MARK" FUJISAWA. CPM, (MFUJiSAWAid
GWNERS-AGE.COM) IS A MEMBER OF THE IREM FACULTY AND IS THE PAST
PRESIDENT OF IREM CHAPTER NO. 110 IN TOKYO.
TODD CLARKE. CCIM, TCLARKE@NMAPARTMENT. COM) IS CEC OF NM APARTMENT
ADVISORS IN ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.
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