How I use my Neo 2
I have a Alpha Smart Neo2, it is a digital typewriter. A pretty damn great one. It is basically just a keyboard, with a small screen and some memory in it.
It lets me write, without having a full computer. I personally think it is a hell of a lot better than an iPad, if you just want to type words.
Most of my blog posts either starts out on paper or on this little thing; and most of those that start out on paper gets transcribe into to this little bad boy before it get to my computer.
The reason I love it is because it is small, the battery lasts forever, and I can just have it in the living room. And I don’t have the option of doing anything except writing.
The way I use it is that I just write in the same file, and divide stuff up by adding a markdown style H1 header for each new thing, and once a week I connect it to my mac, open my Drafts.txt file in Emacs and transfer all my files (usually just the one) over.