Red Horseshoe Paper

Keep an eye out for these funky notebooks in your favorite gift or stationery shop! I spotted some at Cog & Pearl in Brooklyn a while back… They’re very cute, smaller than the usual cahier-type notebook. See more at Red Horseshoe Paper, notebooks, journals, labels, stationery, diaries, notepads, tattoos, palmistry and more.

Notebook in HTC ThunderBolt Ad

Check out this online advertisement I stumbled across: very notebooky! They’re marketing a high-tech smartphone, but still come back to good old-fashioned paper.

Moleskine Monday: Goodbye

In Goodbye Moleskine Journal, Tim talks about his reasons for switching from paper to digital journaling, which include ease of searching, being able to attach photos snapped on an iPhone, and not having to worry about running out of pages at inopportune moments. All valid reasons, though he does wonder if he’ll have some regrets: […]

Notebook Addict of the Week: E_Journeys

This week’s addict posted this collection of images on Flickr. Lots of notebooks, and a cool old trunk to keep them in!

Ugmonk Mini Sketchbooks

Some snazzy little sketchbooks from Ugmonk. They also make t-shirts, sweatshirts, bags, prints, and more, all with bold graphics. At $14.00 for a set of 3 pocket-size notebooks, they’re not cheap, but they’ll stand out from the rest of the cahier crowd! More info at Ugmonk — MINI-SKETCHBOOKS (SET OF 3).

Niche: A Look at Moleskine’s Marketing

Here’s a new business book that uses Moleskine as a case study: Niche: Why the Market No Longer Favours the Mainstream, by James Harkin. From the New York Times website: [“Niche” is] a business book about how focusing on a smaller audience and gathering a greater percentage of its attention can be a stronger long-term […]

1,000 Journals Project

Here’s an interesting article about journals that have been set free to wander the globe over the past decade: A real page-turner: The results of the 1,000 Journals Project are revealed – Features, Art – The Independent. It all started with a bit of graffiti on a toilet wall. But what began life as a […]

Moleskine Monday: Loops!’s Visual Diary

I love the visual journals some people keep in Moleskine diaries. This is a fantastic example, found at Doodlers Anonymous: Loops! is a mommy living in Brussels and she fills her sketchbooks like a diary in living color. You’ll see drawn pages of her family’s travels, her kid’s being sick and the generally overwhelming and […]

Reader Week Notebook Addict of the Week: Nathan

This week’s addict sent me a link to his blog post “Serious Notebook Addict,” where he displays these and other photos: Yep, Nathan’s got a problem! Here’s what’s in his current collection: 3 Large Moleskine Cahiers (although these are being sold in a couple of days) 7 Composition Notebooks 3 Medium Moleskine Black Cahiers 1 […]

Reader Week: Assorted Tips

Here’s a few cool notebook tips sent in over the past few months by various readers: From Carol, this 100-year diary, which would make a great gift for a new parent: From Victoria, Pantone Notebooks, available from Whitbread Wilkinson in the UK and Heliotrope Home in the USA (some other styles are available at Amazon: […]