Monthly Archives: July 2007

Sightings: Jennifer Morrison

From    House’s Jennifer Morrison has been tapped to star in The Murder of Princess Diana, a Lifetime movie based on the Noel Botham book that theorized that Di’s fatal car crash was the dirty work of a conspiracy. … Continue reading

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Moleskine with bookmark

I just made the bookmark for this Moleskine. A collage paper doll, laminated, and glued to a ribbon.. Cute notebook accessories by  : : Yael Fran : :in Buenos Aires Check out her craft at Etsy[via J. Godsey]

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“Writer for Writers and Advanced Users”

Moleskinerie friend Dmitri Popov has a new book: The book is aimed at writers and professionals that use Writer. The book focuses on thetasks that are important for writers and professional users alike: designing a book template, getting to … Continue reading

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Another concert in the park

I just moved to Salt Lake City, Utah this summer, and I try to go to as many of these free concerts as possible, located in Brigham Young Historic Park, every Tuesday and Friday. I’m not always a huge fan … Continue reading

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Thanks to the thousand plus (and growing) entries from around the world. Our winners for last week are: Fabiana BoimanSao Paulo Brazil Monte BennettOtley, Iowa Daphne SwakhovenBerg en TerblijtThe Netherlands Please check your email and reply to the notification so … Continue reading

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Soul Laid Bare

"Several months ago, I bought a Moleskine notebook as a scribble journal to carry around town. Everyday, my brain gets filled with noise waiting to be organized, structured, and fine-tuned. Everything I see has a perspective and story to be … Continue reading

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Detour Artist Profile: Vedovamazzei

Vedovamazzei a.k.a. Stella Scala and Simeone Crispino live and work in Milano. Since the early 90’s, Vedovamazzei have created installations, drawings and sculptures. In a really eccentric and unusual way, they explore the contradictions of comprehension and knowledge of the … Continue reading

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Gone fishin’

Allow me to take off early to celebrate my birthday over the weekend but before I go, I would like to thank Jan Van Der Lande, Laura Kellner and Jeroen Kuiper of Kikkerland Design, Inc., Francesco Franceschi and Maria Sebregondi … Continue reading

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Timothy Leonard

"He is a peripatetic elf in China enrolled in the University of the Street. A Vietnam veteran and writer with a photographer’s eye. This is a work-in-progress. Creative people make a mess, clean it up and make another mess. There … Continue reading

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Simple Things You Can Do Right Now To Jumpstart Your Writing Efforts

Our friend Jeffrey Yamaguchi of 52 Projects has come up with a list to help you write the next great novel…or start that journal: "Stop talking about your novel or short story ideas and start writing. Get in the habit … Continue reading

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