Could one notebook last you the rest of your life? If it had ten or twenty thousand pages, maybe. More practical though is Rocketbook’s Everlast Notebook. Couple the notebook with Pilot’s Frixion pens and you can write normally like on regular old paper. But grab a moist tissue or towel and the pages wipe completely clean, a bit like erasing a whiteboard. While the pages are made of a synthetic polyester blend they’re not glossy and feel completely natural to write on despite their near infinite reusability, though note that if ink is left on the pages for several months and then erased it may leave some very subtle ghosting behind. Rocketbook’s accompanying mobile app makes capturing and archiving your otherwise ephemeral notes as easy as snapping them with your smartphone’s camera, with instant image processing that crops and enhances the image and magic buttons at the base of each page that send it straight to the service of your choice, including Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, Slack, and more.
Pledge for one at Kickstarter – $34