Monthly Archives: February 2007

Cupid on call?

"With Valentine’s Day looming, now might be the time to take an assertive approach to one’s love life…if, at least, you’re a dude looking for a chick. Do you think this local farm & feed store can guarantee chick-delivery by … Continue reading

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Moleskine and Air France announces INVITATION AU VOYAGE

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New Sketches by Jim Woodring

Do you feel "esprit" respiring in their depths? LINK © 2006 Jim Woodring————————————————————- -  Bill Gates discusses his Leonardo da Vinci notebook       -  Log off and put your feelings on paper     Writing    -  How to make … Continue reading

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The End of the Alphabet

When C.S. Richardson set out to write his first novel, he didn’t have far to look for the building blocks that would shape his story. After more than 20 years in the publishing business designing covers for other authors’ books, … Continue reading

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3d Moleskine Sketch

Rudpunk combined a small and a large Moleskine sketchbooks to come up with this clever 3D Sketch. Image link  RudpunkLviv, Ukraine© All rights reserved [Thanks Joachim!]

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Moleskines you’d like to see in the future

"So far, there the diaries, the notebooks (plain, ruled, squared), the sketchbook, the address book, the (travel) info book, the memo pockets, the Japanese album book, the storyboard notebook, the music notebook, and the Reporter and Cahiers series. What other … Continue reading

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Locke’s Indexing Method

"Locke’s is an ingenious little system that is perfect for commonplace books. He uses Latin headings and suggests we do the same but consents that any language will do just so long as you are consistent. The set up of … Continue reading

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Get Rich Slowly – and win an iPod Shuffle

Our daily read, "Get Rich Slowly" has received about 870,000 visitors since launching on April 15th of last year. The site’s one-millionth visitor should arrive sometime in the next few weeks. The first contest is simple: name the time and … Continue reading

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Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress

The complete Abraham Lincoln Papers at the Library of Congress consists of approximately 20,000 documents. The collection is organized into three "General Correspondence" series which include incoming and outgoing correspondence and enclosures, drafts of speeches, and notes and printed material. … Continue reading

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DETOUR Artist Profile: Stefano Faravelli

Stefano Faravelli was born in Turin. After his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, he graduated from the University of Turin. Since 1987, he has worked as stage designer and painter at Guido Ceronetti’s "Teatro del Sensibili". He displayed … Continue reading

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