Long time readers know I'm fascinated by note taking apps. Primarily Evernote, where I'm now closing in on 35,000 notes since 2008. Google Keep also has a place in my work flow. My latest phone has 128 gig of storage. That leaves room for apps I might never use after an initial experience. Such was Instanote. It was a fun little app that stored notes on a sequential roll. It was actually reminiscent of an early version of Evernote before it was redesigned and went big time. Evernote briefly used the same metaphor. I liked my first look at Instanote, but had not use case then for it. Yet I kept it on my phone. Turned out to be a good thing. Life happens, and for me that meant unexpected surgery in early April. I'm okay, but I now need to pay attention to taking pills and taking measurements like blood pressure. During my hospital stay, I found Instanote on my phone. It was almost perfect for recording notes from doctor visits, and such. On my release, I used it to recor
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