Jot It Down: Digitizing Notebooks

Househappy —  March 25, 2014 — Leave a comment

Nearly every meeting invite at Househappy includes three magic words: “bring your notebook.” Because even in this digital age, nothing can replace good ol’ pen and paper for keeping track of ideas. The only downside? It’s all too easy to lose track of individual notebooks after they’ve been filled.

Enter Mod Notebooks—a paper notebook that syncs to the cloud.

The St. Louis-based founders behind Mod, Marshall Haas and Jon Wheatley of Need/Want, created the service to avoid losing another brilliant idea.First, they send you a notebook—blank, ruled, or dot-grid. In the back of the book is a prepaid envelope for you to send it back to Mod. Days later, the book is returned with a digital copy in the Mod app, which syncs to Evernote, OneNote, and Dropbox.

Notebook, app, and digitizing costs $25. We can’t wait to start scribbling.



From start to finish, Househappy redefines the modern homeownership experience by providing solutions for home search and maintenance. Sometimes life can distract us from proper home upkeep. That’s why we created Househappytrax, a technology tool designed to simplify home management by storing your home’s DNA. We send a trained professional to gather 250+ points of data specific to your house. The app features document storage, seasonal to-do lists and reminders, a maintenance and improvements calendar, discounts on home products and services, and you can even find trusted home services providers in your area -- all in one convenient location, accessible on any device.

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