Monthly Archives: September 2004

Notes from the High Country

“My whole life I have had this secret vice. I am addicted to fine paper and fountain pens. I cannot pass a stationary store. When I moved to Germany, fifteen odd years ago, the first place I went to was … Continue reading

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Sharpie® Retractable

I don’t see myself using a Sharpie® on my Moleskine™ but for all the thousand and one other uses for this versatile pen, there’s an even better version: “Sharpie® Retractable Features & Benefits No cap, No fuss, Just click. Same … Continue reading

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Hi Joe!

Danny Gregory’s newest family member: a 14 week old, miniature long-haired dachshund named Joe. “If he ever slows down, I shall try to draw him.” Visit Mr. Gregory’s blog, “Everyday Matters”.

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Lovemarks

“A safety blanket” The Moleskine notebook that resides permanently in the bottom of my bag is not just the best notebook I’ve ever had but also somewhat of a safety blanket. Containing all my useful details and numbers, dates and … Continue reading

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A little black book of value

There is often a mighty contest between a writer and his strongest opponent, the blank page. Laptop computers, digital tape recorders and cameras, pocket digital whatevers, they all offer to help us tame that wild and wily beast, the empty … Continue reading

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Ivan Miladovic

“Somehow when I was on the internet, I stumbled upon the website dedicated to a very young and VERY talented ex libris artist named Ivan Miladovic. I’ve pasted his picture with a crooked window and guard in the front cover … Continue reading

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Biro-web

Biro-web [Thanks Christine!]

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David Paull

“My wife and I just returned from a week in the Napa Valley and we started a new Moleskine as our wine journal for the trip and for the wine we will enjoy now that we’re home. We use wide … Continue reading

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Help us start a new media revolution

“TV can be better. Much better. Want to see more than just reality television? Tired of news outlets that cover celebrity trials instead of tackling critical questions? Bored with shows that don’t challenge or engage you? So are we. The … Continue reading

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Icetrek

“The new Icetrek website is now online. Features include guided expeditions, products and services, past and upcoming treks and a comprehensive magazine of galleries and articles. You can even contribute your own stuff for publication on the site, like Rob … Continue reading

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