Monthly Archives: January 2007

The 360 Degree Leader

Leaders listen to all ideas Leaders never settle for one idea Leaders look in unusual places for ideas Leaders do not let personality overshadow purpose Leaders protect creative people and their ideas Leaders do not take rejection personally The 360 … Continue reading

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3×5 Card Cases with Moleskine Journal

Combine the convenience of 3X5 cards with your large sized Moleskine Journal…. Our medium sized 3X5 card case measures 8-7/8hx 5-3/4w x 1d and is made to hold the universally available and extremely practical daily-use large sized Moleskine Journal (included).Four … Continue reading

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“Life Means So Much”

Every day is a journal pageevery man holds a quill and inkAnd there’s plenty of room for writing inall we do and believe and think So will you compose a curse or will today bring the blessings Fill the page … Continue reading

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Zoomorphic Calligraphy

"This new mode was not a matter of script metamorphosing into living forms which are also readable letters, but of using script to delineate such forms. Seldom had the flexibility of the Arabic alphabet been so tested. This practice established … Continue reading

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My Custom Moleskine hack

Thought I’d share with you the little custom job I did on my Moleskine…a leather pencil holder. Super-easy to make – it’s just a loop of leather offcut doubled over and superglued into the front (or rear if you prefer) … Continue reading

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DETOUR Artist profile: Takagi Ayako

Takagi Ayako was born in Tokyo Japan, and after she graduated high school she came to London to study art at Camberwell College of Arts. She now continues to live and work in London and has published the comic book … Continue reading

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Rallye Paris Tour Eiffel

Step out next Saturday (January 6th) and join thousands of hikers waiting to get walking in front of the Halle George Carpentier for the Rallye Paris Tour Eiffel. This event has been impeccably organised every year by the historic Godillot … Continue reading

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GTD for People Living in Transition Countries

"Like mine, Romania. It’s an European country that recently made his entry into European Union, proving a strong desire to let go the communist past. It’s a marvelous country, one of the most beautiful I know. The only problem is … Continue reading

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Petit Flea Market Alert

Corey Amaro is getting rid of some of her stuff. Check out this passementerie. Main album linkVisit her blog, "Tongue in Cheek"

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Top 10 Tools for Artists and Designers

From designboom, this collection of quaint contraptions: "last month google introduced its new patent search feature, allowing users to browse through ca. 7 million US patents from 1790 to 1996. after enjoying many hours trawling through the huge database of … Continue reading

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