Monthly Archives: November 2008

Moleskine in Kiev? Try Antresol

We’ve received a few queries from those traveling in Eastern Europe for the nearest Moleskine dealer. The Kyiv Post points us to a coffee shop in Kiev for those who need the notebook in Ukraine. All literature sold at Antresol … Continue reading

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Moleskine in Manila

Philippine photographer Tina Zamora shares her favorite Moleskine moments with daughter Bea and at the most recent WeWillDoodle event in Manila. "I love using Moleskine notebooks in the goings on of my life…" Who’s the youngest Moleskine user you know?

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WebFind: Anna’s Japan Blog

Here’s a site we found to compliment that trip with your new Tokyo or Kyoto City Notebook. Anna’s blog is a travel blog with a focus on culture. "My site is new but has loads of content about Japan.  I … Continue reading

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Yet another compendium of Moleskine hacks and mods

Penter Yip of "Familiar Strangers" has put together a list of some amazing modifications made on our favorite black notebook. "If dogs are human’s best friend, I dare to say Moleskines are artists’ and designers’ best friend. Rumors says Picasso, … Continue reading

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Moleskine Japan

Moleskine City Notebooks in Japan has a beautiful micro site. Its all in Japanese so anybody out there who can tell us more about where those footsteps lead to? Visit.

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“Moleskine indexing hack tool”

Inventoids has a post on a neat way to make those "inverted tabs"."The side view shows the general effect. These inverted tabs are very easy for your thumb to locate. I’ve used them to split one notebook into 6 separate … Continue reading

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Sighting: “Emotional Arithmetic”

  Moleskinerie friend John Gamber shares a recent notebook sighting with us: "Emotional Arithmetic focuses primarily on three people who formed a bond in the Drancy internment camp, where they were imprisoned by the Nazis during World War II: Jakob … Continue reading

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Book Preview: An Illustrated Life

Danny Gregory’s new book will be released next month and Elisa Bartels sent us this interesting video link: "A quick flip through the pages of my new book, An Illustrated Life: Drawing Inspiration From The Private Sketchbooks Of Artists, Illustrators … Continue reading

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WebFind: Addictomatic

There’s a new RSS search kid on the block: "Addictomatic searches the best live sites on the web for the latest news, blog posts, videos and images. It’s the perfect tool to keep up with the hottest topics, perform ego … Continue reading

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Open Session : The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion

Beginning today, Moleskinerie invites you, our visitors to share your thoughts on a special topic. Today it is: "The Scent of Paper" As we say at Blank Page in Notebookism, keep it nice and keep it relevant. Discuss amongst yourselves. … Continue reading

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