This month's "The Writers Workbench" column marks a slight change, which if it works out will become the norm. The column itself explains in more detail what and why the change is, but the short version is that there isn't a theme tying the products together, but rather a collection of diverse products.
One of those is an interest device with an even more interest name, the Wacom Bamboo Spark. It's a way to take handwritten notes (or draw pictures) and convert that all to digital.
As always, because it's so convoluted to format the article with links and graphics -- and because that's already done on the Writers Guild website, for which the column is written -- the link to is here.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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