In Meetings, Pen & Paper, Not Glass and Fingers

Randy Murray, responding to my two posts that responded to his about not using an iPad in meetings: Ben may be right, but only for a select few, people like himself who can master the technology to a degree that it becomes invisible. It doesn’t work that way for me and I’m pretty good with…

Randy Murray, responding to my two posts that responded to his about not using an iPad in meetings:

Ben may be right, but only for a select few, people like himself who can master the technology to a degree that it becomes invisible. It doesn’t work that way for me and I’m pretty good with the device. Most people I know simply couldn’t operate it at the level required to take accurate notes without bringing a meeting to a screeching halt.

I still am unconvinced that paper and pen is a better medium to use during meetings. What I do know is that you need to use what works best for you. For Randy that is pen and paper with a digital recorder, for me that is the iPad.

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