Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Notebook of Dr. Mario Garcia

Communications consultant Dr. Mario Garcia never leaves home without it, his notebook, that is: "It does not have to be a sketch pad that is perfectly bound and easy to carry. It can be a cocktail napkin, the back of … Continue reading

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LAGALAG: 14 months later

Blogger Jayvee Fernandez is among the final recipients of LAGALAG, a traveling journal project for Filipinos initiated by Wil Pascual. "After finishing my two spreads I had wanted to deliver the moleskine personally to the next guy as he was … Continue reading

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Moleskine is …..

For me, Moleskine is the writing equivalent of sleeping in satin sheets, only better. It is a testament to the treasuring of words. It is more important to me than fine clothes, fine food, jewelry, or other luxury items. Its … Continue reading

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Bogotá and Buenos Aires

Another chapter in Tim Bayne’s seemingly endless travels around the world. This time he takes us to Colombia and Argentina. As I waited for colleague Melissa I re-read the email: "There are significant issues in traveling to Colombia. It is … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Oscar González Loyo

Oscar González Loyo is a Méxican artist with an impressive list of achievements including comic books, advertising and cinema. He wrote to share his impressions of our favorite notebook: "When I was a kid, my father used to bring to … Continue reading

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Who Was More Important: Lincoln or Darwin?

Daniel Choi from Cambridge, MA tipped us off to a recent Newsweek cover story:"(the cover story) mentions how important notetaking and notebooks were to both figures. E.g.: "Darwin seems to have been able to think only with a pen in … Continue reading

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Here’s to “Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”

Happy Fourth of JulyFrom © 2006 ABF View the First Annual Moleskinerie Exhibit.Discover and join our Moleskine communities on LiveJournal, MySpace,  Moleskinerie FLICKR, FACEBOOK and Meal Moles. Get out – have a life and write about it. We’ll see … Continue reading

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Instructables: Creating, cutting and printing your own woodblock

I’m particularly fond of this medium. If only I had the patience. From Instructables, R Banks takes us through the 5 steps of "woodblocking": As background, it’s worth knowing that there are basically two ways of doing relief printing with … Continue reading

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Cuteness Wednesday: A Tiny Moley

From the group moly_x_12, a snapshot of a rare specie from Gabie-France. Juj writes: "I just had to share this terrific invention that Gabi sent me – a mini moley! Gabi suggests it’s much easier to handle and I have … Continue reading

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Contest: Engrave Your Design!

Lusting after  those laser-engraved Moleskine? Here’s your chance to win one at Design Milk’s cool new contest. Jaime’s post on the rules: "Create a design to be engraved on a moleskine notebook. I will narrow the entries down to 5 … Continue reading

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