Monthly Archives: August 2004


EPS Sets If it’s not a Dingbat or a Font, it’s an EPS set. EPS stands for encapsulated post-script file; these files contain artwork that can be imported, manipulated and implemented by any major graphics program, raster or vector based. … Continue reading

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“I plan to wax political here, so please bear with me. I don’t usually like to bring politics into a hobby but here I think its appropriate since it is actually what got me into Moleskines. I just read 1984 … Continue reading

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Thread Colors

“August 04, 2004 Good-bye, Colorado! Some members of the Everyday Matters group are currently discussing drawing on airplanes. I did these two sketches of fellow passengers on the way to my vacation (black & white) and on the way home … Continue reading

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Wild Carrot Flowers, Northern Illinois © 2004 A.B.F.

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In the Wake of Charley, How to Help

Saturday, August 14, 2004 — In the largest storm response effort since Hurricane Andrew, the Red Cross is coordinating a massive response effort focusing initially on providing safety and shelter for the now homeless, as well as food and dry … Continue reading

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Games and Sanctuaries in Ancient Greece

As religious rituals, rites of passage, and celebrations of the body, athletics were deeply woven into the fabric of ancient Greek life. Modeled after physical exercises and competitions that existed in earlier Near Eastern cultures, hundreds of athletic contests took … Continue reading

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Stephen: The picture here looks as if it’s now a tall vertical day-of-the-week rather than the normal weekly layout. What a pity – there’s no room for notes unless one writes sideways… I hope the Australian ones follow the 2004 … Continue reading

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High Five, Julia !

“NEW YORK (AP) — Julia Child, whose warbling, encouraging voice and able hands brought the intricacies of French cuisine to American home cooks through her television series and books, died in her sleep three days before what would have been … Continue reading

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I use the Pilot P-700. For day-in, day-out reliability and long lasting ink supply, it works for me. No problem with bleed-through in my Moleskine. Happiness. Andy … I use fountain pens especially Pelikan. Of course, bleed through is a … Continue reading

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