Notebook

A notebook (notepad, writing pad, drawing pad, legal pad) is a book or binder composed of pages, often ruled, made out of paper, used for purposes including recording notes or memoranda, writing, drawing, and scrapbooking.

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Notebook - Possible Electronic Successors
... many attempts have been made to integrate the simplicity of a notebook with the editing, searching, and communication capacities of computers through the development of note taking software ... Laptop computers began to be called notebooks when they reached a small size in the 1990s, but they did not have any special note-taking ability ... Digital paper combines the simplicity of a traditional pen and notebook with digital storage and interactivity ...
Sunday Lovers - Cast
... Armando (segment "Armando's Notebook") Catherine Salviat.. ... Anna (segment "Armando's Notebook") Denholm Elliott.. ... Zaira (segment "Armando's Notebook") Beba Loncar.. ...
MUBI (website) - MUBI Notebook
... MUBI also hosts an online magazine called The Notebook, which is based in New York City and edited by Daniel Kasman ... The Notebook is updated daily on weekdays and features several regular columns as well as movie reviews and coverage of major film festivals ...
Police Notebook
... A police notebook, pocket notebook or PNB is a notebook used by police officers in the United Kingdom to officially record details and incidents while on patrol ...
Stuart Saunders Smith - Compositions - 1980
... Notebook for any instruments in any combination Notebook, Part II for one or two pianos (may be played with *Notebook) ...

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