Featured Artist: Joyce Cole

"I have always sketched, but usually I would put off drawing in order to do the more "urgent" everyday stuff. Sometimes months would pass with no drawing. Not anymore. I started by joining in the challenges at Danny Gregory’s "Everyday... Read More

31/03/2006

Essay on Daylight Saving

"I took for the basis of my calculation the supposition that there are one hundred thousand families in Paris, and that these families consume in the night half a pound of bougies, or candles, per hour. I think this is... Read More

31/03/2006

Meet Geoff C. and Lady Bracknell

"I here neyther that ne this, for when my labor doon al ys and have made al my rekenynges I goon hom to my hous anoon and, also domb as any stoon, I sitte at another book tyl fully daswed... Read More

31/03/2006

Love is a Many Moleskine Thing

“Hello, my name is Gary, and I am a journal addict.” Or so I might introduce myself at the local chapter meeting of MA (Moleskine Anonymous)…if there were such a group. Packing my briefcase on Monday for yet-another-office-trudge, I noticed... Read More

30/03/2006

Sheaffer’s Snorkel

Stephen Lehman sent us this wonderful Pentrace link: "During World War II, the German navy adopted a device called a Schnorchel (often spelled “Schnorkel” in English-language writings), which was a tube that could be extended above the ocean’s surface by... Read More

30/03/2006

Why I Moleskine

We welcome one of the newest Moleskine-centric blogs on the block, Moleskinner.com by Robert Strohmeyer. "Within seconds of laying my hands on my first Moleskine, I knew I had found the notebook for which I’d been searching. While I’m not... Read More

29/03/2006

Law professor bans laptops in class

One more reason to use a notebook: Photo: memphis.edu "MEMPHIS (AP) — A group of University of Memphis law students are passing a petition against a professor who banned laptop computers from her classroom because she considers them a distraction... Read More

29/03/2006

Moleskine in the Medford Mail Tribune

" What’s the attraction? "It’s the feel and the look. They’re classy and basic black. The cover and the paper feel good," says Karen Chapman, co-owner of Bloomsbury Books in Ashland. "We can’t keep them in stock. They just keep... Read More

29/03/2006