The Moleskine remains one of the most revered brands and products for the simple fact that the little bound drawing pads are infinitely helpful in a wide variety of situations. And they don't require a 3G network nor battery supply, input is proven to be perfect (well, near perfect, depending upon your penmanship) and easy to customize, and accessing pages via its GUI trumps any gesture based system. But how to get your information from your computer, cell or webpage over into your old school information Moleskine unit?
Moleskine is now offering a free option to print images, text and contacts using their MSK Wizard and Contacts services. Title your page, upload any images, choose an alignment and the style of Moleskine the pages will be added to and then print out at home. Or transfer all your contacts from Outook, Plaxo or your phone and print them out in your Moleskine using a similar Contacts option.
Pretty nifty. For kicks print out an iPhone GUI page in front and mock your Apple zealot friends by gesturing to your contacts. They probably won't be amused, but you sure will be.