Monthly Archives: June 2005

The World’s First Moleskine Bag?

"Real Produce, a Japanese design office, has produced a limited edition bag specifically designed for carrying a pocket size Moleskine notebook. The "Moleskine Bag" was made in part of a collaboration series – whose concept is to create durable but … Continue reading

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"I enjoyed the review of the Five Journals. I have been an avid journal keeper for about 43 years. Yes, that dates me! Over the course of time I have used a multitude of different books, different kinds of paper, … Continue reading

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Wonderful Graffiti

Wonderful Graffiti [via "The Artsy Fartsy Blog"]

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Flight of Ducks

Flight of DucksAn online documentary LINK [via "Daffy", really]

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Books without words inside.

"Those us out there who use Moleskine, we do have an attachment to them — in front of us stands a finite number of lines to trace the circles of our own stories. A sense of ownership of the words … Continue reading

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This Friday on Moleskinerie: “Notebooks a family obsession”

People magazine correspondent and author Ron Arias writes about his family and its long affair with diaries and journals. "As near as I can tell, my writing habit began more than a hundred years ago on a cattle ranch in … Continue reading

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Prompts: Darwinian Gastronomy

"Any world traveler can attest to the pungent truth: Spicy meals tend to be found in warmer climates, while blander foods correlate to colder places. For years, people believed spices were used in the countries where they were grown to … Continue reading

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Write Music: White Moth

Whitemoth is the pseudonym by which I compose and perform ambient, experimental, and new age music. Shikantaza  is the first cohesive recording that I am making available, and it is yours at no charge. It was designed as a guided … Continue reading

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Rhodia

"What’s so great about Rhodia pads? 1) They’re beautiful, with their orange covers and backs 2) They’re bound across the top, with perforations at the top of each page to enable you to tear pages out neatly and cleanly 3) … Continue reading

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Simplify.

"I find this interesting. For me, “Zen pockets” actually started years ago. I never liked sitting on a wallet. So, I switched to some combination of money clip and card case. Currently that’s the same device, a thin leather card … Continue reading

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