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Disp

"Someone must stop the moleskine insanity.  What is in the water?  Fan sites, hacks?
People, this is a notebook. Nothing more. No, Hemingway and Van Gogh
did not use the same notebook as you. This company started in 1994, in
Italy, not France. Your writings will not be better when you put them
in this notepad. I should know, Anna bought me one for travel two years
ago. It was on sale, because no one was buying them. Funny how things
change.

To me, it all just shows how desperate modern society is
to belong. Simple things become tiny gods (iPod, I’m looking at you) in
the rush to belong. I suppose one could argue that the moleskine is the
result of people rejecting the push to digital. But I think the real
question is, how should modern society fill the tribal void we seem to
be missing?"

Chris Nelson
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Josh Teeters:

"there was one problem: the price. Moleskine notebooks look ultra-neat; they’re
high-quality; and they can fit in just about any pocket. But they’re too
expensive considering that they have about the same page count as any old
notebook that I can buy for a buck at a dollar store. I mean, after all -
regardless of what brand the notebook is, it still serves the same purpose:
taking notes. Right?…"

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