Lifehacker recently asked readers to do some show and tell with their notebooks: “Sometimes, there’s just no substitute for the flexibility that paper notebooks offer. Maybe that’s just how you keep notes or maybe your paper notebook is a holding place on the way to digital storage. Either way, we’d like to see your favorite […]
This week’s addict blogs at Economy Pens, and of course he has to test all those pens on lots of notebooks: The picture above consists of the contents of one of my desk drawers and is probably about 90% of what I have for notebooks. Not shown are my legal pads (mostly Doane or Staples […]
I can’t pronounce this addict’s name, but I like the collection, which appears here on Flickr with annotations.
I loved this post I stumbled across, in which the writer ponders the different notebooks she’s been using for the “morning pages” exercise recommended in The Artist’s Way: This morning, as I began writing I started thinking about my good old Black ‘n Red. I thought, maybe I should go back and start writing in […]
It’s that time again: the third monthly edition of the Carnival of Pen, Pencil and Paper, hosted by Office Supply Geek. Lots of good stuff, including: Exacompta Sketchbook Review and Field Tests Black & Red Notebook Review Rhodia Webnotebook vs. Moleskine Journal Showdown Read more at: The Third Carnival of Pen, Pencil and Paper :: […]