"This weblog is an attempt to invite a return to analog. Many of us
live very digital lives. We push pixels around screens. Our lives are
stored as bits on shiny hard drives. Our words and images can be
published online, available moments later, all around the world. But
this digital life can often seem very shallow.

While we recognize the power of our digital existence, we long for
the tactile feel of ink on paper. We celebrate the freedom from power
supplies,  batteries, wireless networks and fragile electronics. We
seek to elevate the written word and the freehand sketch on fine paper.
We celebrate the journal as the optimal analog device for
expression and enjoyment."