Some articles on notebooks:

All By Students (ABS) Notebooks - Notebook Distribution
... At the launch of the program in January 2007, 10,000 students received notebooks at Northwestern University ... In fall 2008, ABS distributed notebooks at 65 campuses to 700,000 students ... January 2009, over 1 million students received the notebooks on 100 campuses ...
Diocesan School For Girls (Auckland) - Technology
... During that year a pilot system to supply all students with notebooks was run with two year-8 classes ... By November 1999 the school had three IT staff, supporting 469 PCs (150 of which were notebooks), 110 printers, and 6 file servers ... in 2005 that allow students to download classnotes directly to their notebooks ...
Marx's Notebooks On The History Of Technology
... Karl Marx wrote a number of notebooks on the history of technology ... György Lukács studied these notebooks while they existed in the archives in Moscow, and appears to refer to them in a 1925 article later published in English ... Marx directly refers to the notebooks in his letter to Engels of January 28, 1863 where he says … I have re-read my notebooks (extracts) on technology, and am attending a practical (only experimental) course for ...
Leonardo Da Vinci's Personal Life - Diverse Interests - Vegetarianism
... been documented both in contemporary accounts as recorded in early biographies, and in his notebooks ... one of the two translators and compilers of Leonardo's notebooks into English) wrote Leonardo wrote the following in his notebooks, which were not deciphered ...

Famous quotes containing the word notebooks:

    I have a new method of poetry. All you got to do is look over your notebooks ... or lay down on a couch, and think of anything that comes into your head, especially the miseries.... Then arrange in lines of two, three or four words each, don’t bother about sentences, in sections of two, three or four lines each.
    Allen Ginsberg (b. 1926)

    The first duty of a lecturer—to hand you after an hour’s discourse a nugget of pure truth to wrap up between the pages of your notebooks and keep on the mantlepiece for ever.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)