100 Special Request Circa LTR Right Annotation RL
Great on All Counts
I love this paper. I'm a fountain pen addict and I'll make this quick for the other fountain pen users. No bleedthrough, minimal ghosting on the opposite side, and smooth as...something smooth.
I actually prefer this setup for Cornell notes because the annotation field is far from the binding mechanism and there is no Summary section at the bottom taking up vital space.
To sum up, if you like some or all of Circa, fountain pens, and the Cornell notetaking, you've got a product here you'll buy many times over. I will.
May 14, 2015
Cornell Notes and Fountain Pen Worthy.
When I was in college I was intimidated by all the smart people there. So I focused on study skills, thinking I could outwork them if I couldn't outsmart them. I tripped over the Cornell note taking method and in my first English Lit class the teacher kept staring at me. Then she started giving out grades and explaining there was a 'brain trust' that blew the curve. She was looking my way, so I turned around to see who the jerk was who blew the curve. It was me! Since then I've lused Cornell notetaking, but had to make my own paper.
This paper is perfect for Cornell style annotations. I take notes in pencil and annotate the key points to the side in an extra-fine fountain pen. There's no bleed through or ink feathering, and the annotations are on the right side of the page, which I like better. Plus, there's no pointless 'summary' section at the bottom, so you can write notes on the whole page.
I'm new to Circa, but I'm envious it wasn't around when i was in school!
May 14, 2015