Monthly Archives: February 2005

Project Exhibition Submission Deadline Changed

"Thanks to all of you who are interested in submitting your work to this project, since I’ve been busy for several business trips and the exhibition fixture was being developed late, the exhibition date is now changed to mid-March.  You … Continue reading

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More from “This Space”

In response Steve’s earlier post   Moleskinerie contributor Mike Shea wrote this comment:   "What horrors did you inflict upon your poor Moleskine to create such damage? I carried around a Moleskine datebook in my pocket for a year and besides … Continue reading

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Living lard

 "The power of bacon is so vast, even Jewish vegetarians are compelled to link to us! An international team has put together a new blog on the virtues of bacon. Ethan Zuckerman, one of the baconists, sees this as yet … Continue reading

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Edwin ‘Gizmo’ Loekemeijer

"I’m following your Moleskine-blog for a few months now and really enjoying it. So here’s a small contribution from Holland. I use moleskines for notes and for sketching. The small moleskines are especially handy for jotting down notes, book-titles, poems, … Continue reading

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Frozen Foliage

A triptych of frozen foliage taken at Glacial Park in McHenry County, Illinois. Days of snowfall and thaw embedded these leaves in layers of ice forming delicate crevices and intricate patterns.  Away from the KeyboardView larger images at the AFK* … Continue reading

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WMP #18 Paul Holland

WMP #18Paul Holland,Brisbane, Australia Special thanks to our donors. For updates and donations, visit the WMP page.View the scans at " Journey", the WMP Gallery hosted by  Joachim du Beleg. Update: 2.20.05 The List is closed at the moment. Please … Continue reading

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Iraqi Indigo – A Pendemonium Exclusive!

"We will introduce Iraqi Indigo, the latest Noodler’s Ink, at the Los Angeles Pen Show February 19-20. If you’re planning on attending the LA Pen Show, drop by our exhibit and be one of the first to own a bottle … Continue reading

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“Honeymoon With My Brother”

"My brother and I just returned from a long trip. My honeymoon, actually. You see, a funny thing happened on my way to the altar. My fiancée dumped me the week of our wedding. Ouch, huh? But I’m an optimist. … Continue reading

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Lower quality of Moleskine’s paper ?

On Friday I finished my last Moleskine which I bought in summer and started to write in a new one, bought in november (a sample with stickers) but I am angry and deeply disappointed about the bad quality of the … Continue reading

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Writing myth

"Jeff Vandermeer’s been looking at the idea that writers write because they have to, and illustrates it with a lot of quotes from assorted webpages that in isolation do sound more than a little precious. I think there’s a difference … Continue reading

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