Monthly Archives: November 2004

Ban Comic Sans

"In 1995 Microsoft released the font Comic Sans originally designed for comic book style talk bubbles containing informational help text. Since that time the typeface has been used in countless contexts from restaurant signage to college exams to medical information. … Continue reading

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Stillness Speaks

"The Now is as it is because it cannot be otherwise. What Buddhists have always known, physicists now confirm: there are no isolated things or events. Underneath the surface appearance, all things are interconnected, are part of the totality of … Continue reading

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Bloggers as TIME’s “People of the Year” ?

" Each year around this time going all the way back to 1927 the editors of TIME magazine sit down to debate and select their Person or People of the Year. Last year, if you recall, they selected the American … Continue reading

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CEA Code Of Conduct Campaign Encourages Responsible Camera Phone Usage

The voluntary guidelines presented by CEA in the Code of Conduct include seven tenets: 1. Camera phones should not be used where photographic equipment is typically banned, for example: museums, movie theaters, and live performances. Users should look for signs … Continue reading

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Dial M

"Since confessions are in order, I have cut my pocket size Moleskine in two, with a bandsaw (gasp), and now have two really small pocket sketchbooks, each so portable that they can go anywhere I go." cheers, bill b. @ … Continue reading

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Stefan Sagmeister

" I love limitations when designing a project. I don’t love limitations when they are revealed only after we designed the project. I don’t love unorganized clients. I don’t love that period when the deadline is looming and there is … Continue reading

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Lynne Parella

"The first time I ever saw this image by Ingres, it was in a History of Fashion textbook in art school.  I was stopped dead by this frontal image of a generously-sized and commanding iconic image of Womanhood.   The portrait … Continue reading

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Moleskine Ephemera Collage Gift Set

"The Moleskine artist on your gift list will be thrilled to have such an inspiringly creative and aesthetically pleasing collection of Moleskine items. The combination of Moleskine Sketchbook with the visually compelling assortment of collage-ready paper items is the perfect … Continue reading

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Pen Talk

  "My weapons of choice In a small pocket moleskine, I have slipped a Spauling (metal) fountain pen (F nib) on the elastic band. The mini-pen doesnt really add space or weight. In my daypack goes a full size moleskine … Continue reading

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Ghana Calling

"I’m surprised to find that there is such a following for the notebooks. I was doing a Google search for a cheap source of Moleskine books and came upon this log. I’ve been using these books as ethnographic fieldnote books … Continue reading

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