Monthly Archives: April 2008

Classics of everyday design No 46

Charles-Antoine Bachand in Quebec sent us this link to Jonathan Glancey’s article on the Guardian Unlimited Arts Blog: "By any standards, though, and whatever their provenance, the Moleskine notebooks are an everyday design classic. They are for me, anyway, as … Continue reading

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The Moleskale…or how to rank your addiction

Nick Cernis at "Put Things Off", the Laid Back Productivity Blog has come up with "The Moleskale", along with a comprehensive starter guide to all things Moleskine. "There is a growing affliction amongst paper lovers: an addiction to the Moleskine … Continue reading

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Discussion: Stream-of-Consciousness Experiment on Moleskine

jjtelecaster says: I’m considering an experiment: filling a pocket moleskine (reporter square) in a limited time. I think a week at most; a weekend would be nice. It would involve carrying the notebook and pen all the time and writing … Continue reading

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Moleskine Icons by Patrick Ng

Patrick Ng’s Moleskine Icons are back:) The Moleskine icons for Mac was created in 2005 but since my service provider crashed the entire MoleskineArt.com site, I have been unable to find a free and reliable hosting for the site and … Continue reading

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Moleskine City Notebooks: A Review

Dorchester, Massachusetts historian Charles Swift has posted a review of the Moleskine City Notebooks in his immaculately-kept blog, "The City Record and Boston News-Letter." The City Notebooks attempt and succeed in bringing some of the aspects of blogging and Web … Continue reading

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