Arvind’s Travel Journal: Munich

An attempt to be a Munichner Munich brings to most people’s mind the picture of happy jolly beer guzzling people. To a certain extent, that is true – you can see people drinking beer on streets, in parks, on the... Read More

20/01/2005

Lovemarks

"A Moleskine for me is a "diário gráfico" – a book for a drawing a day. In the artschool where I teach I have many students with a Moleskine, because of me – because a Moleskine is not only a... Read More

20/01/2005

Hackers & Painters

"We live in the computer age, a world increasingly shaped by programmers. Who are they, what motivates them, and what impact will they have on the rest of us? That impact is ever more visible. Everything around us is becoming... Read More

20/01/2005

Moleskine Pen Hack

"I’ve demonstrated a quick hack for a flat pen holder for my Moleskine, made in five minutes with ribbon, scissors and glue. I really love the notebooks, however it would be nice if the Moleskine grid came in a Edward... Read More

19/01/2005

Arvind’s Travel Journal: Cologne

Cologne: How I learnt to love the Cathedrals Cologne too, like Paris and Vienna, has a Gothic cathedral in the town center. Its a beautiful soothing small place, but very historical – there are remains of Roman walls and gates... Read More

19/01/2005

No Tech

"Why replace a dead PDA with another PDA when you can replace it with aMoleskine? My Palm Zire mysteriously cashed in its chips on December 22nd, right in the middle of a mad rush to download everything on my work... Read More

19/01/2005

Journalisimo

"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... Read More

18/01/2005

Thanks Lisa!

We just received a donation of 3 large Moleskine sketchbooks from Lisa Laughy  for The Wandering Moleskine Project. Visit her eBay Store,  Ninth Wave Designs… A complete list of donors is here. For updates and donations, visit the WMP page.View... Read More

18/01/2005

Arvind’s Travel Journal: Berlin

Kabaret in Berlin Walking along further, I came across a "kabaret" sign. I had heard the street to be famous pre-war for its cabarets. I hadn’t seen one and was interested. I recalled the not-so-fond memory of having to strip... Read More

18/01/2005

M Musings

"I think that part of my love affair with the Moleskine is that while the notebooks remain static, generally identical, and the embodiment of class on the exterior, the organized chaos and vented inspiration of the interior perfectly and completely... Read More

18/01/2005