Monthly Archives: November 2008

Patti Smith’s Moleskine

Via Notebook Stories, 3×5 notebook tipped us off to this Guardian article: "Patti Smith, now 61 talks to Amy Raphael about growing up, motherhood and the bereavements that have overshadowed her life. ….Smith’s room is dark. She opens the curtains … Continue reading

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Keeping a Photographic Journal

Dana Canurschi emailed us from Romania to tell us about a photographic journal project by Jeff at Beyond Megapixels and his theme music: "I selected some of my shots that I think could be improved in some way. I then … Continue reading

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Link Love: Koloist

Jeff and Lisa make their own photo albums, still others prefer the "proper" way – a real album. Heather Covault of Kolo wrote to tell us about their new blog called KOLOIST, They even linked M from there! Thanks and … Continue reading

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New Yorker’s Toolbox: John Hodgman’s Moleskine

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 … Continue reading

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“Lazor-ing” a Moleskine

The cult of customization marches on, this time with a cool mod by Nick Bilton at NYC Resistor, a "hacker collective with a shared space located in downtown Brooklyn." " I wanted to Lazer the NYTimes “T” into my notebook … Continue reading

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In Memoriam

Day is done,gone the sun,From the hills,from the lake,From the skies.All is well,safely rest,God is nigh. Go to sleep,peaceful sleep.May the soldieror sailor,God keep.On the landor the deep,Safe in sleep. Love, good night,Must thou go,When the day,And the nightNeed thee … Continue reading

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Kyoto and Tokyo City Notebooks

Steven, editor at Pencil Talk sent us a link to these beautiful shots of the Tokyo and Kyoto MoleskineCity Notebooks. More photos here. Japanese only, though. © 2008 by the photographer. All Rights Reserved. Imagine yourself walking among the fallen … Continue reading

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Review: “Moresukine”

Brian Cronin over at CBR reviews "Moresukine", the graphic novel by Dirk Schwieger: "….while some of the assignments include staying in one of those pod hotels, visiting one of the infamous “love hotels” and eating the potentially poisonous fugu (this … Continue reading

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‘What’s in your Moleskine’ Contest

Chronicle Books, the U.S. distributor for Moleskine has an exciting new contest. Deadline is getting close to get to work on those notebooks! Moleskine, the heir to the legendary notebook, wants to know what’s inside your Moleskine! With over 140 … Continue reading

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How have you recorded this historic U.S. election ?

Andrai Whitted sent this photo of his notebook with a question: How have you recorded this historic U.S. election in your moleskine? You may want to respond at this related post.

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