Monthly Archives: May 2007

A Tourist in My Own City, Writing My Own Guide

Despite my recent grumblings about the paper quality of Moleskines, I’m pleased enough with the design to have a few in my current rotation. I’m embarrassed by how many notebooks I have started right now, each with its own dedicated … Continue reading

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Sightings: Big Girls Don’t Cry”

I think I’ve spotted a Moleskine in a music video.  The music video is "Big Girls Don’t Cry" by Fergie. you can see it on YouTube here. [Thanks to Angela in Canada]Other recent sighting:"Criminal Minds" via surfbits Discover and join … Continue reading

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UNBOUND: Book Repair for Booksellers

Traditionally there have been two types of book repair books, there are those books directed at the library trade, where the end goal is to prepare the book for further intense circulation, and aesthetics take a backseat to durability. The … Continue reading

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Moleskiner.cn is 1 Year Old!

Greetings to our friends at Moleskiner.cn, the Moleskine Fan Site in China on its recent 1st Anniversary celebration. More power to Viktor and company! Visit Moleskiner.cn Visit our partner siteNotebookism.com

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A Brief History of Cats

"…This entry was suggested by my mom who said I should give tribute to the generations of cats that our family had taken care of. Starting with "Big Eyes" to the recent generation of family cats… Enjoyed a lot creating … Continue reading

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Review of Moleskine City Notebooks: Prague

"The features contained within include a key map with an overall layout of the city as well as a map of the Metro system and list of stations, up to 36 pages of zone maps with an alphabetical street index, … Continue reading

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Detour Exhibit in New York

To launch the new US City Notebooks, Moleskine has given 70 blank, manually bound books to some of the most creative artists, architects, film directors, graphic designers, illustrators and writers from around the world. These luminaries have been invited to … Continue reading

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Join Postcrossing

The goal of this project is to allow people to receive postcards from all over the world, for free. Well, almost. The main line is: if you send a postcard, you’ll receive at least one back, from a random postcrosser … Continue reading

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Discussion: Moleskine pen clip?

        kralefski: Hi. Looking around I’ve found a pen clip sold at the Scandinavian Moleskine Webshop. You can attach it to the spine of your Moleskine and hold your pen there. It looks pretty solid, but I wondered … Continue reading

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Moleskine City Notebook DC

"For every travelller who has any taste of his own, the only useful guidebook will be the one which he himself has written." — Aldous Huxley When I got my Moleskine DC City Notebook a week or so ago, this … Continue reading

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