Monthly Archives: July 2009

The Sketchbooks of Joachim Robert

Our friend Joachim is embarking on a round-the-world voyage and has opened a blog to begin sharing his experiences.  "The sketchbooks I wanted to tell about are those I realised during my studies. My school was the ECV Aquitaine, and … Continue reading

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Inspiration: Jeff Scher

Jeff Scher, who describes himself as "a painter who makes experimental films and an experimental filmmaker who paints" has a beautiful animated short in the New York Times. "Walking is life at its most immediate. The combination of people and places … Continue reading

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My Hero, Johnny Long

A tip from Joel Anderson: "Here's something I think is very cool – Johnny Long, security expert and author of Google Hacking (and more) has relocated to Africa and is blogging his journey via (what appears to be) a Moleskine … Continue reading

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Crap Detection 101

We veer a bit from the usual for this piece by Howard Rheingold, Internet visionary and Moleskine use. The answer to almost any question is available within seconds, courtesy of the invention that has altered how we discover knowledge – … Continue reading

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