What happens in Darfur happens to us

What happens in Darfur happens to us A copy of this poster, produced for the International Rescue Committee, is available for all those wishing to change the terrible situation in Darfur.We all have stake in ending this genocide. All proceeds... Read More


ISO Leica D-Lux 3

Can anybody help me find a Leica D-Lux 3 (black) in the U.S. ? They seem to be impossibly out of stock these days. >.< Product link [Yes, I know they’re just Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX2 twins but I want the... Read More


Inspiration: Free Hugs in Chicago

"I don’t mind where you come from As long as you come to me I don’t like illusions I can’t see Them clearly I don’t care no I wouldn’t dare To fix the twist in you You’ve shown me eventually... Read More


MoleskineCity: MILAN

I really advise going to this ex. beautiful display of her paintings, lots of material from her life ,nice bookshop. Don’t miss it !till 14 january 07 Palazzo Reale – Milan MoleskineCity/MILAN …………………………………………………………….. –  The Notebooks of Ty Mawr    ... Read More


Noodler’s Ink on different Moleskine types

"Hi all – I am going crazy with this problem.  I just started using Noodler’s in my two Lamy pens, one Fine nib and one Medium.  I use black and walnut. I have a small plain Moleskine that I use... Read More


Road Trip Journal

"I’ve been a fan of Moleskine for a number of years, and carry one all the time.  On a holiday road trip, my seven year old and I passed the time by exchanging puzzles, and mazes that we’d draw into... Read More


Plannerhack.com is now open

My friend Mike Rohde has opened a new blog for all the GTD aficionados out there: Plannerhack.com"The do-it-yourself guide to converting a pocket-sized, ruled Moleskine notebook into a custom weekly planner and task management system." Good luck!... Read More


How To Evolve A Note Taking Methodology

From writer L.S. Russell: "Over the course of this year I have evolved a workable note taking methodology, and in the lifehacker spirit I would like to share what I’ve learned. My requirements for a note taking method were simple:... Read More


Sketches and sketchbooks in the Archives of American Art

One of the earliest sketchbooks in the Archives of American Art is by Worthington Whittredge (1820-1910) from his trip on the Rhine in 1849. Whittredge, a Cincinnati landscape painter, was traveling by boat to the Düsseldorf Academy, where he would... Read More