Monthly Archives: September 2004

Make.

“The First Magazine for Technology Projects Make brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. Make is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home. This … Continue reading

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The Swedish Moleskine-copies

“A well established Swedish maker of calendars, Almanacksförlaget has a new line of notebooks – identical to Moleskines, but cheaper and of slightly inferior in quality. The size is the same, they have a similar black cover, elastic band, bookmark … Continue reading

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Poco Profile

“Poco Profile is a small Australian owned business set up in 1989 to manufacture a range of organizers and refills. Like many small businesses it was started in the lounge room, graduated to the sunroom and laundry, took on a … Continue reading

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Craft Time

Alphabet 1 ” button set from Poranger-AL Design : Masayuki Sato & Rollingcradle Not for commercial distribution

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ArtistShare

“ArtistShare is the first and only company of its kind. ArtistShare is completely redefining the way people purchase and experience art. At ArtistShare we firmly believe that the true value is found in artists and their creativity. The creative process … Continue reading

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AFK*: Cody Payne

I recently met Cody at a local Starbucks where he is frequently seen working on his 3D models. The ex-Marine believes that making art in public does the society good. Cody is currently doing some prop work for an independent … Continue reading

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Hello from Germany! I´m really addicted to my moleskine! I think it´s one of the most useful and at the same time one of the most beautiful littel thing which has ever been invited. By the way, I think the … Continue reading

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Álvaro Lopez

From Álvaro Lopez in Spain, a photo of the M button with the rest of his collection. Visit his blog and fotolog:

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Spirit of Romania

“Dobrogea Although mostly known for the Danube Delta and the Black Sea resorts, the Dobrogea county has to offer much more than that. A painter would surely describe it as the land of its dreams. In the summer, the gold … Continue reading

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Introducing the Hipster PDA

“The Hipster PDA (Parietal Disgorgement Aid) is a fully extensible system for coordinating incoming and outgoing data for any aspect of your life and work. It scales brilliantly, degrades gracefully, supports optional categories and “beaming,” and is configurable to an … Continue reading

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