Waterfall blogs at “A Sort of Notebook.” You know a blogger likes notebooks when she names her blog after them… and she obviously knows that a mere online journal can’t compare to paper ones. Here’s a photo of all her journals kept since 1980, when she was 10: This is the largest and most consistent […]
Another post about notebooks from The Simple Dollar, a blog about personal finance, self-improvement and frugal living. (Featured before in this post.) Trent talks about how he uses his “Idea Notebook,” including these tips, which he expands upon in the original post: I simply keep a small pocket notebook in my pocket at all times. […]
I’m a longtime fan of the Urban Sketchers website. Small notebooks aren’t necessarily the only way to do urban sketches, but they’re probably the most practical and frequent tool, so the site offers lots of notebook eye-candy, as well as some great art. Here are a few recent favorites: The site has also organized an […]
I’ve noticed a couple of iPhone/iPad apps that very much mimic the look of paper notebooks– I guess they’re trying to be the best of both worlds! Here’s a couple of screen shots from Egretlist, a to-do app that syncs with Evernote: And here’s the icon and some screenshots from Do It Tomorrow, another to-do […]
The folks at Moleskine have shared a few photos of their Milan office on Flickr. Check out that gigantic notebook! And we thought the Folio series was big!
Check out this nice sketch blog, with some lovely little drawings of everyday things: 365 Journal Entries.
A funky Japanese notebook, available online from a UK retailer: A fabulous notebook to record “notes for my daily life”. Designed by Japanese company Mark’s Inc., it has a smooth bright orange cover and comes with an elastic closure band to keep your book safe in your bag. It has 300 lined pages each headed […]
Some nice images from field notebooks shared by four people from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology: Read more at Keeping a Field Notebook, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Love these Moleskine pages from a blog called Really Accessible Memory, or RAM for short.
“She Writes” is an online community for women writers, with over 9,000 active members from all fifty states and more than thirty countries. As you can imagine, these ladies love their notebooks! Deborah Siegel asked “What’s in Your Notebook” and got these amongst her responses: Response by Tania Prputniewicz Notebooks I Have Known by Kelly […]