Monthly Archives: December 2004


TypeFlake Make your own snowflake and email it.… Our friend Mr. Danny Gregory needs your assistance: "We are designing a new cover for the paperback edition of Everyday Matters and I would appreciate your input. Post a comment on which … Continue reading

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R. Bean

"my childhood friend swimming whilst pregnant" R. Bean @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR

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"these are a few journals that i own.  my favorite is the black one.  these are the journals i found at ourpitiful bookstore… " John’s Notebook

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Mass Observation and Unwritten Books

"The Archive results from the work of the social research organisation, Mass-Observation. This organisation was founded in 1937 by three young men, who aimed to create an ‘anthropology of ourselves’. They recruited a team of observers and a panel of … Continue reading

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All About Apples

"In a sea of restaurants that adhere to fads, fickle restaurant critics, and the advice of consultants, Lampreia has slowly and steadily built a loyal and almost religious following of customers who value its unique, minimalist style. Carsberg’s food is … Continue reading

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Congratulations Captain!

Congratulations to newly-certified Captain (and Moleskine user) Rizalindo Gigante of ValuAir, Singapore from your friends at View the Captain’s Moleskine. 

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Letter Writing in Renaissance England

‘Wit’s Interpreter’ John Cotgrave’s Wit’s Interpreter, published in London in 1655, includes a section on forming ciphers and making invisible ink. A new exhibit at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., offers a glimpse at correspondences four centuries old. … Continue reading

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The Best Chocolates in Paris

"The bustling exhibition hall is a world away from the experience of tasting and shopping for chocolate in Paris, the world’s greatest chocolate city. The French may mock America for being a culture of consumption, but Paris itself often seems … Continue reading

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Linus Pauling

" As with many scientists, Linus Pauling utilized bound notebooks to keep track of the details of his research as it unfolded. A testament to the remarkable length and diversity of Dr. Pauling’s career, the Pauling Papers holdings include forty-six … Continue reading

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WMP# 9 Brian Page

WMP# 9 Brian Page Cedar Falls, Iowa… Thanks to our friends: Diane, N.J.  Visit her Amazon StorefrontTricia L. , CA.Abizer N., LondonTerrie Miller, Sebastopol, Ca.Prinedes,  Wa. Drop by his eBay auctionLisa Laughy, NH. Check out her eBay Store,  Ninth Wave … Continue reading

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