Made by Moleskine, the styling of this notebook is exquisite. The eye-catching cover is embossed with various life and productivity symbols (including the iconic Evernote elephant right in the center), and it's definitely been a topic of conversation with everyone who has seen my notebook. The lime green ribbon marker and elastic closure are perfect touches as well.
(Turns out that it's really hard to get a picture that captures all the details of this notebook, including the beautiful embossing on the front. So I tweaked the photo to bring the embossing details out.)
(I wrote the beginnings of this post in the notebook. Seemed appropriate, somehow!)
Now here's the insanely cool part. The minute I uploaded these pictures to my Evernote account, the system used the sticker to automatically put the picture into the correct notebook, along with the associated tag. It's a completely seamless process, and it works REALLY well. Now I have handwritten pages in the cloud, as well as in a physical notebook, which is a comforting thing from an OCD standpoint.
(It's kind of fun to stick the little stickers on the page. They can go anywhere on the page and still work, supposedly, but I thought they needed to go in the top right corner. Don't ask me why.)
(The ribbon bookmark is a much prettier green and is much more striking than my crappy picture suggests.)
In short, fans of Moleskines and Evernote should take the next natural step and combine the two to help with capturing anything and everything that can be put on a page.