Previously, when I needed to measure margins, I would use a paper ruler that as divided into the increments I needed. The paper ruler is on a page that is included in a Case CAT instruction manual I used in school. (I think the Case CAT program also came with a flexible ruler that can be used to measure margins.) However, I found a sturdier option.
The Westcott ruler I found was less than $5. It is a happily added addition to my steno gadgets and accessories.
These earphones are awesome, especially when it comes to picking up low sounds. With these ear buds, you can play your device on a low volume and still hear your audio clearly.
Marley ear buds are made out of sapele wood, recyclable aluminum, and other “earth-friendly” materials. A portion of the proceeds is also donated to the global charity 1Love.
This laptop tray seems interesting. It looks a little shaky at a couple of points in the video. However, I like the versatility of its positioning. I have either this one or a similar one on order as a gift. I’ll do an update on this contraption as soon as I receive my gift and try it out. Its features seem super-cool!