Evernote is wonderful! I discovered that I can attach a file to a note. That means I don’t need to know where I stored a random file! 1 month ago
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It has been pointed out that I have been lax about labeling (I do it very nicely with typing or not at all when I’m not sure the experiment is good enough for anyone else to see.) I can keep mental notes about the habits I want to set up to make the notebook both useful to me and others. Electronic may be the way to go, although it takes more setting up and would be better with a computer in lab. 2 months ago
Do you separate out different projects? I feel like if I went strictly chronologically, I'd mix up which project I'm working on, as I go back and forth. 3 months ago
Today I started experimenting with Evernote. It seems to work fairly well, showing my thought development.
It’s still a far cry from being all electronic: I print out the notes and stick them in my lab book! 6 months ago
Good? I’d settle for timely. Legible and with a table of contents are the next best things, followed by completeness.
Interestingly, no one here takes the lab notebook to the lab, but I think I will buck the trend. 17 months ago