i do have a wacom tablet, but i don't use it much for drawing. more for clicking and pointing.]]>
I have always found myself using my sketch books as semi-note books, less about sketching and more about scrap paper. A whiteboard could serve the same purpose, especially with the ease of availability of cellphone photography to preserve that sketch.
On a side note, I love MUJI; I have for years. Its a shame it has taken them this long to reach the US. I wish they would expand beyond NYC (at least a store in DC would be nice) or have a web presence in the US. I am always tempted to order from the UK store and pay for international shipping.]]>
I currently work with none, however, and carry around a graph paper notebook because I move around too much lately]]>
I have tried the whiteboard but because I used them at work and they are huge- I always felt that they were too overwhelming. Hearing the Muji makes smaller manageable versions of the white board I should try them out to see if they work better for me.
Thanks for the tip.]]>