Does anyone use Field notes Notebooks for school related things, and if so what for? Homework, making quick calculations for Math class...

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Oh no.  Let the contest between the Field Notes Fans and the Moleskine Maniacs begin!

I prefer the Rite in the Rain product, which is very similar to the Field Notes brand. I carry a 4x6 spiral top notebook with a index, page numbers and cut corner tabs and it works great for daily carry, I spend most of my days working in the elements and never have had any problems.

 

Good Luck

I use rite in the rain as well. But it is expensive. And I do actually use it out in the field. There is no reason to use anything other than the cheapest paper notebook in the classroom.

nope, i usually use elan.  or, lately, sokkia.  i use them for land surveying.

I use field notes all the time. Currently, I've been using a graph field notes for Greek. I've been writing down all of the vocabulary. In previous notes I would scratch down some calculations for Calculus or something. I've never used them solely for a class (except for Greek). I think it's a good idea.

Good for you for pursuing Greek! I also studied it. I created a group, which as you can imagine has attracted a small number of people, who are interested in matters Greek and ancient. Come join us if you like, we'd love to have your contributions to discussion!

http://community.artofmanliness.com/group/the-philhellenes

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