A few months ago, I posted a link to a book called Niche, by James Harkin. I’d noticed the book because it includes a chapter about Moleskine… and then the book’s author noticed my post and kindly offered to send me a copy to review! With the subtitle “Why the Market No Longer Favours the […]
Today’s addict posted this lovely shot on Flickr: Make sure you visit Flickr to see the notes on the photo.
Here’s a few questions that have come in lately– I need help from all you other notebook lovers! From Zack: I really like taking notes when learning. It helps me map out math in my head a lot better than just thinking about it. I’ve been looking for a good large-sized notebook to write in, […]
Here’s another cool example of Pinball Press’s Scout Books: Find out more at Threadless Scout Books.
Check out the Triangle Notebook if you want to try something really different! It’s from MoMA’s Destination: Istanbul collection. Via CoolHunting: Triangle Notebook
I figured this would happen at some point: Colorful and super pocket-size. The new Extra Small Notebooks. – Moleskine ® English. I guess the XS size planners were enough of a success that they decided to continue that format for regular notebooks. Plain and lined pages are available in 4 colors– but no black??
Here we have another super-addict whose love for notebooks extends to loving to shower them upon others! Anene is the author of a novel, Dancing with Gravity, and the blog Anene Writes. She offered to send me “a couple” of notebooks and look what showed up! It’s an amazing variety, from a simple Mead […]
A reader named Lisa kindly sent me these Federal Supply Service notebooks after seeing my post about them having been featured on A Continuous Lean. It was very cool to get my hands on these, as I myself am not a federal employee, and therefore can’t buy them (at least, theoretically. There are places online […]
The photo below is from an Chicago Tribune photo essay about the office of Bill Baker, the Skidmore, Owings and Merrill structural engineer who helped design the Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai, currently the world’s tallest building. He uses Moleskine notebooks and lead holders instead of pencils. There are more photos at the link, but […]
A fun article in this past weekend’s New York Times: Calendar Wars Pit Electronics Against Paper. A few quotes from paper fans: “I’ve got an iPad, an iPod, I’m on Twitter and Facebook and I’m talking on my BlackBerry now,” said Nelson George, a cultural critic, filmmaker and producer, in a phone interview. “But that’s […]