Monthly Archives: September 2005

Daniel Pearl Music Days

"On February 22, 2002, a day after the world learned that kidnapped Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl had been brutally murdered by his captors in Pakistan, conductor George Phelivanian, Danny’s neighbor and friend from Paris, was scheduled to lead … Continue reading

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From Moleskine to canvas

The Moleskine sketch The finished painting, "Mother and Child"By Diong, Indianapolis, IN. Visit his blog, Objects and Pixels.

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Toast and Honey

"I initially decorated it with a picture of Vita Sackville-West in the garden at Sissinghurst, but have since found a photo that suits the mood of these little black books to perfection. It is of a gang of Paris intellectuals, … Continue reading

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Rene Enriquez

"I just bought a Moleskine. In all honestly, it was only recently that I came across this word. I don’t even know how to say it!…   I’m such a sucker for good sketchbooks. My wife knows this addiction all … Continue reading

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Moleskine on the Menu

"…I tried using a Michelin Guide once, but it wasn’t nearly as useful as I’d hoped, in part because my French was rusty, but also because the guides don’t actually provide much description of each listing. Fortunately, the web community … Continue reading

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Care for Caruso?

"A big chest, a big mouth, 90 percent memory, 10 percent intelligence, lots of hard work, and something in the heart." Enrico Caruso The Collected Works of CarusoMP3 @ LISTEN

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"I remember, before I knew how to drive a manual transmission, that admiring high end sports cars would leave me feeling vaguely ashamed. What right did I have to ogle a Testarosa, if I’d be completely unable to put it … Continue reading

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Moleskine vs. Wacom ?

Artist rubio2d writes from Madrid:   "I prefer sketching with classic paper-and-pencil. I love the sound of pencil scratching the paper. But inking… sometimes I make it in a digital medium (flash or illustrator) time is time, and here comes … Continue reading

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Unleashing the Power of Creativity

"I’ve always been an optimist and I suppose that is rooted in my belief that the power of creativity and intelligence can make the world a better place. For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved learning new things … Continue reading

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Write Place: Paragraph

"Paragraph is a membership organization dedicated to providing an affordable and tranquil working environment for writers of all genres. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Paragraph was created by writers for … Continue reading

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