MS Office OneNote: Margin Doodling for the 21st Century

I had a meeting today about the massive stock options my company is giving out to all its employees. Those who know me well understand that I think better if I'm drawing or doing something else with my hands. Not only does OneNote give you a nice, clean, wide-ruled sheet of virtual notebook paper which can convert your handwritten notes into text on command -- it's also a semi-usable drawing program.

This Engineer, Russ, is very smart and nerdy and accordingly asks many clever questions. I think because of that I got away with glancing at him and scribbling a lot without anyone catching on.