Monthly Archives: July 2004

Update

I’m still occupied by some rush projects and personal affairs. Moleskinerie will be on light posting mode until further notice. Thanks to everyone who sent links. More please! ^_^. Enjoy the weekend Internet people! A … Here are the first … Continue reading

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How to Preserve Your Journals

‘Rule No. 1 when you’re journal shopping: Acid-free is key. So, start by choosing a journal with acid-free paper. Pay attention to the paper’s feel, too: Heavier, higher quality papers indicate longevity—the longer fibers will break down more slowly. Sewn … Continue reading

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

“The notebooks of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – the Creator of Sherlock Holmes Christie’s auctioneers’ manuscript specialist Thomas Venning looks at manuscripts by the late Sir Arthur Conan Doyle which were auctioned to benefit British charities, in London last May, … Continue reading

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Jonathan Carroll

“One of the most beautiful and interesting author websites around is for Jonathan Carroll. Carroll has been called the American Murakami, although he has lived in Europe for years. His fans include Jonathan Lethem, Neil Gaiman and Stanislaw Lem to … Continue reading

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Pocket diary 2005, weekly MOLESKINE

“12.54 € (15.49 $ with a rate of 1 € = 1.2353 $) Pocket diary, weekly planner, for regular needs January – December 2005 NEW 2005 FEATURES: – new weekly presentation with vertical columns and schedules – travel planning – … Continue reading

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World Wide Panorama Shoot

“On the Solstice weekend, June 19-21, more than 110 photographers in 32 countries around the world created VR panoramas with the common theme of World Heritage. This site showcases the results of their efforts.” The World Wide Panorama Geoimages All … Continue reading

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This Week on Moleskinerie

July 19 Sir Spamalot, UNUSUAL BUILDINGS & OTHER ROADSIDE STUFF, Stamp Cups, BBC News Online Photographer of the Year July 20 The Hunger Site, Lemonade, Jacob Pigott July 21 The Joy of Sake, *Formula for Invisible Ink*, Leafages, eBay Item … Continue reading

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Suggest a Site

Do you have interesting links you want to share with us? It can be directly related to Moleskines, journal-keeping or other topics you think our readers might want to check out. Just send us the name of the website (personal … Continue reading

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Ten steps to a sustainable energy future

“As we leave oil behind as our dominant energy technology we will more and more convert our energy system from a chemical to an electrical base. Electric power will be the reference energy against which all other forms of energy … Continue reading

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Road not found

“I shot this on South Dakota Highway 44, and if it’s not the middle of nowhere, well, who can tell?” Dustbury.com The Charles G. Hill Web Pages © 2004 CGH

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