I can now take my weekly notes about the various shows about which I write and record podcasts, then erase them when I'm finished. Weekly shopping lists and daily "to do" lists can be written down then erased without having to type them into a phone.
There are also whiteboard stickers and papers that can be attached to almost anything. You can even apply whiteboard paint to any surface! The technology is much better now, because the ink can be easily erased with no ghosting, even if you leave the ink on the page for a long period of time. Awesome stuff!
Here are some tweets about #whiteboard paper, stickies, notebooks, and more:
"In one year of regular use 1 #betabook saved 1000+ sheets of A4 paper" @jaycousins #sustainability #whiteboard pic.twitter.com/C1V57AMCNV
— Betabook (@betabookco) December 6, 2014
#Nuboard - A #whiteboard #notebook! Every #UX #Designer needs this in the arsenal. http://t.co/EzlA2WSRbV #wireframes pic.twitter.com/QChObQLa8K
— Erick Gaston (@ErickGastonNY) April 19, 2014
Step 2: Let them have the time and direction to hash out some ideas on paper or on a #whiteboard table. : ) pic.twitter.com/XWwk9ev
— TechTime (@MrOsbornsClass) April 12, 2012
CLICK HERE to support Static Charged Re-Positionable Notes https://t.co/AeSAfT77RE #green Sticky Notes #whiteboard pic.twitter.com/qOr2LRoJGV
— Jon Samuelson (@jonsamuelson) April 5, 2015
Plastic over white paper makes a cost effective dry erase board aka whiteboard #cheap #diy #whiteboard #dry... https://t.co/QUzs0EKsYd
— SayWhat?! (@SayWhatProducer) June 7, 2013