Moleskine – The Model For Newspaper Survival ?


Using our favorite notebook as an example journalist Jon Bernstein presents some interesting observations and suggestions on which route today's newspapers might take if they are to survive.

"The Moleskine is a useful analogy for two reasons. Firstly, it is very tribal – the owner, likely urban, liberal and creative*, is saying something about themselves. If you feel alienated as a non-owner, a non-member, well you’re supposed to…"

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One Response to Moleskine – The Model For Newspaper Survival ?

  1. It is so true. Also a moleskine become reflection of our identity. We express ourselves using them.

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