Monthly Archives: January 2009

The Little Red Book of the National Gallery

Recently launched: 'The Little Red Book of the National Gallery' available through their online shop. Great response so far. Here's a snip from their online store."New and exclusive: The Little Red Book of the National Gallery. An indispensible pocket guide … Continue reading

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OPEN SESSION: The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion

Welcome to a Special Edition of OPEN SESSION:  The Moleskinerie Open Thread Discussion. Moleskinerie invites you, our visitors to share your thoughts on a special topic. Today it is: “Lost notebooks” One minute it was there, gone the next. In … Continue reading

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Sighting: Agatha Christie’s Marple: Series 1

Our regular sightings sleuth, Vicki Johnson has sent in another report:"I believe I saw a Moleskine notebook in the hands of one of the characters in the PBS Mystery production of Agatha Christie's  "Murder at the Vicarage." Our PBS channel … Continue reading

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Cahier Mods

From Markoen Flos (aka TeleC@ster) "This is my hack: For various purposes I also use three small cahiers but loose they are not that handy (too handy) Once I bought a moleskine diary (small, daily) but decided not to use … Continue reading

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Book: 500 places to see before they disappear

MoleskineCity blog has posted a review by Franca Mochi. "500 Places to see before they disappear" is the first Frommer  publishing's guidebook dedicated to passionate travellers who want to have the last chance to visit the most endangered tourist destinations … Continue reading

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WALL TALK @ Facebook

Recent posts at our Facebook group: Kim W (Chicago, IL) wroteIf I didn't have my 18month little black organizer I would be lost. Lost!Melani P (Ecuador) wrote I write on my Moleskine with my white Lamy fountain pen!great match!Anybody else … Continue reading

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Engrave your book (or your Moleskine cover)

Engrave Your Book in Portland, Oregon make these one-of-a-kind notebook covers. For those who would rather have a mountain or a black bird to look at instead of the usual cover, here's a variety to choose from. A snip: "Black … Continue reading

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Xin Nian Kuai Le/Kung Hei Fat Choy!

Our friends at Moleskiner.cn in Shanghai sent us this beautiful card to mark the New Year. Best wishes to everyone celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year. Card designer ©2008 Yiying Lu [Thanks Victor]

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Discussion: Accent pens for Moleskine

David S has started a discussion on highlighters for our notebooks. Hola, I am investigating using Highlighters in my moleskines for a variety of reasons–mostly information that I want to copy somewhere else is getting harder to find! Is anyone … Continue reading

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Sighting: “Lost”

A familiar notebook was sighted by Lynda Gonzalez in the Season 5 Premier of ABC's "Lost" Character Daniel Faraday's with his journal in the the "Dharma Initiative."Is this the dawning of the Notebook Age?

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