Analogging the iPad (iPadのアナログ化)

You could say that I have one foot in the “silicone” present and another in the “dead tree” past. That is, I do a lot of “digital” work with my research and administrative activities at the university. But, I also do a lot of “analog” things with my note-taking, Japanese calligraphy, and reading of medieval manuscripts. In this analog post, I’ve created a PDF to share a few thoughts about how to combine “digital” and “analog” elements into a single workflow on the iPad.

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Equipment

Here is some of the equipment I have found useful, but all you really “need” is an iPad to bring together the digital and analog elements in your life.

Apps

Here are some of the most useful apps I have on my iPad (some of which I mentioned in the PDF above). Of course, your mileage may vary.

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