Catching up on more reader emails received over the last few months… From Jay: Do you have any idea if/where these are available? I miss them. Used to buy them at SupeRX, Osco, Hook’s Drugs, Ben Franklin… I haven’t seen these in stores as much lately either… but I found a website that seems to [...]
Michaela from Vienna emailed me with an excellent suggestion for a post: a listing of books written in journal form. The example she gave was I Capture the Castle: I’d never read this book, but the description made me want to: I Capture the Castle tells the story of seventeen-year-old Cassandra and her family, who [...]
Sandra has a great review of the Squared Moleskine notebook: Life Imitates Doodles: Bleedthrumanade in Moleskine & Review of the Moleskine Squared Notebook. She shares my concerns about the darkness of the grid lines in recent print runs of these notebooks: And as a bonus, we get to see some of her Zentangle-inspired art! Love [...]
A nice collection of Moleskines, posted on Flickr: I see sketchbooks, ruled and squared, large and small, top-opening and side-opening, which got me thinking: do most Moleskine users tend to buy mostly one kind of Moleskine over and over again, or do they have a wide variety like this? My Moleskine collection is much more [...]
Present&Correct is a UK-based online retailer I recently stumbled across. I love the look of their website and they offer a variety of notebooks that are equally pleasing to the eye!
The PH notebook came to me from the folks at Yaginoyama, a very cool online store that sells a variety of Japanese goods. This notebook is another example of the precision, minimalism and attention to design that’s evident in many Japanese notebooks. It’s totally plain, with the PH logo and a code number stamped in [...]
The perfect gift for the notebook addict who’s also an alcoholic! Read more at Notebook Flasks – The Digital Reader.
Ok, I think these Passions journals are starting to scrape the bottom of the barrel a bit. How many people really need a whole separate notebook to keep track of the different kinds of chocolate they eat? The answer, I suppose is that no one really needs such a journal. A few people might want [...]
This week’s addict has a little of everything… isn’t this quite a stack?!? See more at The embarrassing truth of my notebook obsessions | Flickr – Photo Sharing!. Found via the Well Appointed Desk on Twitter
I’d heard about this book called New York Diaries: 1609 to 2009 and thought it sounded fabulous: for each day of the year, it gives an excerpt from the diary of a notable New York resident or visitor, including people such as Albert Camus, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Theodore Roosevelt, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Mark Twain, [...]