Slice Planner, a new notebook-app combo allows users to transfer notes, drawings and day planner entries to digital form on a variety of devices. The pre-printed clock face diagram in the notebook is designed to facilitate time management, especially for visual thinkers—those who work better with physical representations than with abstractions. The accompanying free iOS and Android apps shift written material to a digital calendar. Powered by Google Cloud Vision with optical character recognition, the system coordinates multiple events, while its augmented reality mode displays scheduling conflicts. The notebook cover is Italian book cloth, and each planner contains 224 undated A5 pages of “premium Swedish paper,” according to the manufacturer. The maker suggests using the left page for planning the day’s events and the right for notes, reminders, lists and diagrams. In addition to 90 GSM cream paper dot grid pages, each planner contains annual and monthly calendars. The notebook also can be used as a traditional planner without the digital enhancements.