Monthly Archives: September 2008
We remember all those who perished on September 11 and victims of terrorism all over the world.
From Moleskinerie/FaceBook, Danielle Clark asked: What kind of moleskine pages do you prefer? Plain, ruled or squared? Also do you like the regular or pocket sized moleskines? Join this ongoing discussion.
Fantastical contraptions in a festival like no other.“A team of machine builders have set up their workshop in the industrial warehouses of the former shipyards, at the heart of the Ile de Nantes. The designers let their imaginations roam from the … Continue reading
Nice post here by India Knight at Times Online: Stationery is romantic, poetic, sensual; techy gadgets are anonymous, anodyne, soulless. Writing an e-mail is just something you do, perfunctorily and without much thought. Writing a letter or a card is … Continue reading
Hit the button to generate 5 ideas. " * Write about your most boring evening ever. * Write about something that makes you cry. * Compare the pros and cons of an issue. * Form a blog … Continue reading
I had a dream last night that the new 2009 Moleskines had come out and they were in a rainbow of colors and sizes. I’ve always wanted an enormous portfolio size Moleskine sketch book (I’m talking LP record size!) & … Continue reading
gtdfrk has a neat little hack for the Moleskine Info Book: "The drawback -to me at least- of these existing notebook GTD hacks is that you end up with lots of labels and tags sticking out of your elegant Moleskine, … Continue reading
To thank you for yet another successful year, Moleskinerie and Moleskine prepared a number of prizes – comprised of course of Moleskine notebooks and diaries. We will have a number of weekly raffle draws – good luck! THIS CONTEST IS … Continue reading
Lovely site, timeless concept. Letters and letters and letters. Letters about a moment in time, our paths crossing, to a cute boy that passes on the street, or an old woman feeding the pigeons. Letters to old friends, "Remember that … Continue reading