The Oaxis myFirst Sketch Book keeps those doodles organized

As any parent (or relative) of a child knows, the amount of artwork that they can produce is prodigious. While notebooks get the job done, then you’ve got a pile of paper. Reusable scribble pads, like Boogie Boards, help, but you can’t save the pictures (at least the version we had). The Oaxis myFirst Sketch Book looks to be a solid way to let the creativity flow.

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To infinity – and your notes, with the Rocketbook Orbit

When it comes to taking notes, most of the articles and studies I?ve read agree – when you actually write your notes (versus typing them directly on your laptop) you retain the information better, because you have to make on-the-fly edits for what you write down (to keep up) versus just hammering away at the keyboard for a verbatim copy. Even so, the ability to get those notes digitized (and therefore archivable and searchable) is compelling. One of the latest to bridge that divide is the Rocketbook Orbit.

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You say you want a more complex ?digital? watch? Then the YES Watch has you covered

The Yes WorldWatch V7 is an interesting beastie in the world of super-complex digital watches. Sure, you?ll get the standard day and date functionality, along with a time, stopwatch, and count up / count down tracking. But the Yes WorldWatch V7 has more up it?s sleeve, and it just brought a fun new twist to the table.

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