The New Yorker interviewed author John Hodgman, with a nice mention about our fave notebook:
"When deadlines loom, however, and long walks and nice showers are no longer an option, I will go directly to the keyboard and force myself to start writing words from scratch. That is very painful. But much less painful than, say, actually working.
This photograph is of the Moleskine I used when writing my most recent comic-book column for the New York Times Book Review, along with my computer, which is a Mac, obviously…"
Read the full post by Thessaly La Force in the New Yorker’s Tool Box
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[Thanks to JC in Vienna]