- n. Plural form of notebook.
“Between the smartphone and the notebooks is another family of gadget, the mobile Internet device, or MID.”
“I love little moleskin notebooks and other small notebooks that I carry with me all the time.”
“But information written on notebooks is hardly safe.”
“She wrote in notebooks and updated her blog whenever she could find an internet cafe.”
“U.S. QuantumRail, a component that delivers more vibrant color and brightness in notebooks and mobile devices as well as increased energy efficiency.”
“U.S.: QuantumRail, a component that delivers more vibrant color and brightness in notebooks and mobile devices as well as increased energy efficiency.”
“But about 20 years ago, a wonderful scholar named Howard Gruber went back and re-read all of Darwin's notebooks from the period - and Darwin kept these copious notebooks where he wrote every little hunch down.”
“But I also compose longhand, in notebooks or just on scraps of paper, and sometimes if I am stuck I work in Times or Garamond or Book Antiqua, just because any change can help kick one's brain out of a rut.”
“I look over some of the ideas that I have sitting in notebooks and hope that one day the seed will produce fruit.”
“The brains of a mobile device need more computing abilities and are beginning to resemble the CPUs found in notebooks, while on notebooks and netbooks, chipmakers are trying to follow the cell phone model of integrating the brains and communications devices onto a single chip.”
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