Monthly Archives: December 2005

Feltrinelli weekly 2006

"Everyone wondering how the Feltrinelli (red weekly Moleskine) looks like *inside*, pls feel free to have a look at these few photos…" Gandolfi64 @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR© All rights reserved Greetings to our friends in Aurora, CO., Edinburgh, Bangladesh, Rasht, Almaty, Setagaya, … Continue reading

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“A Christmas Carol” First edition

"Already the successful author of Sketches by Boz, Pickwick Papers, Oliver Twist, Nicholas     Nickleby, The Old Curiosity Shop, Barnaby Rudge and American Notes, Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was one of the best-loved novelists of the time when he wrote this … Continue reading

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Wil Wheaton

"I wanted to do something creative and cool for the booklet that comes with Just A Geek The Audiobook, so I bought a Molskine notebook, and hand-wrote an introduction, the chapter and track listings, and a bunch of liner notes … Continue reading

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My First Moleskine!

"Today was like Christmas. I came home and my wife said there was a package waiting for me on the kitchen counter. She was curious but not trying to pry. ( I hadn’t mantioned that I had ordered this). My … Continue reading

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Persimmon Tangelos

Fruit Study in ceramic bowls. Everyday Matters challenge. By Gallery318 @ Moleskinerie/FLICKR © All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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Chocolate Buddha and other edible deities

"   There are those beings who have vowed not to enter Nirvana until they have helped all others realize enlightenment. Hotei is this kind of Bodhisattva. He is one of the Shichi Fukujin, the Seven Japanese Shinto-Gods of Luck. His … Continue reading

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Under the digital mattress

"One of the most interesting things to come out of the secret sites discussion is that people are keeping their private journals on the web instead of in a paper journal under their mattress or in a Word document on … Continue reading

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Used-Book Phobia

"Dear Blowhards – I don’t like to buy used books unless I have no alternative. There. I said it. I feel better already because confession purifies. Or something. Maybe I don’t like used books because they give me the feeling … Continue reading

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Visual thinking practice: Heads and hands

"Visual thinking is the practice of using pictures to enhance your ability to solve problems, think about complex issues and communicate effectively. Are you ready to work on your visual thinking skills? You don’t have to be an artist. Pick … Continue reading

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Moleskine & Lonely Planet

Amelia Clarke of West Yorkshire writes: "I was in borders in Norwich, Norfolk, UK at the weekend and saw that they had Lonely Planet Guides shrink-wrapped with Moleskine notebooks as a "perfect travel package" – cool!"

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