McGill Daily on Moleskine

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Analysis at McGill Daily of how that little black notebook became so popular. 

At its most basic psychology, then, choosing Moleskines over generic brands can be considered another way of telling ourselves that it’s all going to work out okay. And given the choice between envisioning myself as Picasso or an uncertain and under-accomplished 22-year-old,  I’d definitely choose Picasso.

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(Thanks to  Chris Meisenzahl)

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2 Responses to McGill Daily on Moleskine

  1. Hector says:

    Armand is an extremist and a fanatic? I knew it! Well, as long as he doesn’t ask us to burn our notebooks, I’m cool with that.

  2. John says:

    They got the date of Moleskinerie wrong (doh!).

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