"Many pages precede the datebook pages themselves–an i.d. page ("In case of
loss…"), a title page, a personal data page, calendars for 2006 and 2007 (one
line per day), two pages for travel planning, a map of time zones, and pages
listing international holidays, average temperatures, city-to-city distances,
international calling codes, measures and conversions, and clothing sizes.
Finally, there’s a 5-inch/13-centimeter ruler printed along a page edge. At the
back of the book, a detachable address book tucks into the familiar Moleskine
folder. There’s also the folded page with the Moleskine story. No writing
What makes this datebook useful to me is the switch
Moleskine has made away from thin columns and back to lined pages. Having nine
lines to write on (eight for Wednesday and the weekend) allows for to-do lists
and notes, not simply notations of events. I particularly appreciate the absence
of printed hours, which always make me feel that I’m not using a datebook as I’m
supposed to be using it…"
"Moleskine 2006 Datebook Review"
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