Monthly Archives: March 2005

Normand Corbeil

" i have been lusting after the elusive moleskine journal for quite a while, but it has been very hard to actually get my hands on one.  i was going to put a link to the US distributor but there … Continue reading

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Women Working, 1870 – 1930

"Women Working, 1870 – 1930 provides access to digitized historical, manuscript, and image resources selected from Harvard’s library and museum collections. This collection explores women’s roles in the US economy between the Civil War and the Great Depression. Working conditions, … Continue reading

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WMP #12 Erika Bennet

WMP #12Erika BennetMelbourne, 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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Mike’s Rollerball and Fountain Pen Review

"According to Sakura’s history, Sakura invented gel-based ink. The Sakura Gelly Roll is another $1 gel-based ink pen that is fade proof, water proof, and acid free. It is an archival quality pen. Unfortunately it is not as easily found … Continue reading

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The new model Moleskine reporter

Photo by Stompy at Moleskinerie/FLICKR. [Thanks Abizer!]

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The Notebook of Brian Manning

Brian Manning is a student of Greek philosophy and philosophy teacher in Maryland. This scan is part his work on translating Plato’s MENO. View a larger image at the Moleskinerie Gallery [Thanks John]

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M is for Medieval: or How the Irish Invented the Moleskine.

A great deal of my creative inspiration originates with the manuscripts of early medieval Ireland. Perhaps the best known example is the Book of Kells, which reigns supreme among the elaborately illuminated manuscripts from that era. These decorated books are … Continue reading

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Moleskine Ruler

"One day I found myself needing a ruler and I’m not in the habit of carrying such an item.  I do carry my Moleskine.  So with a ruler at home, a pen and a blank page I created both a … Continue reading

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Lead Story

A desperate husband needs assistance: "I’m trying desperately to find a nice, compact set of colored pencils for my wife’s birthday. They need to draw nicely on a Moleskine sketch book (the one with thicker paper). They need to be … Continue reading

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Four centuries of printing in the Irish character

A sample page, in the half-uncial hand, from the Book of Kells. "Although the existing roman letter was officially sanctioned as the standard medium for the printing of Irish language documents in the early 1960s, the four preceding centuries had … Continue reading

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