This week’s addict emailed me the photo below, and added these comments: The attached photo is of my notebook collection. Being in the military I take 2 or 3 pages of notes everyday. I carry a large rite in the rain. They are very durable in both design and paper quality. I have a moleskine [...]
A neat little article in the New York Times about amateur weather trackers. You can read it online here, but the photos only appear in print: That is quite a dense page of notes!
Here’s an addict I found while just surfing around the internet. Wonderrrgirl is a student from Singapore. She loves notebooks, and she takes beautiful notes in them! Wonderrrgirl says: This post is about notebooks. It’s half of the collection of all the notebooks that I’ve kept in my life (I’m really too lazy to drag [...]
Dillon sent me a whole bunch of photos of his collection… actually, half his collection, since the rest is being stored at home while he’s studying abroad for a year. I’m impressed that he brought so many with him! In the first picture, the bottom row is empty notebooks, and the top are notebooks that [...]
Daniel DiGriz has decided that “the Moleskine is the perfect notebook.” From his blog, The Rules of Work: When I look at a moleskine, the miser in me says ‘too expensive, decadent, not sustainable’. But then I haven’t looked for knock offs. The moleskine is flexible in its cover. That’s huge. You get a kind [...]
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I haven’t updated my “using now” photo in a while– the photo that’s been there was of a Piccadilly graph notebook. After that, I went through a Moleskine graph notebook within a couple of months– this was one of the ones I got for 50 cents and it definitely had some quality issues– some of [...]
Over at Moleskinerie, an interesting discussion of the merits of paper vs. electronic note-taking. What do you think?
Here’s someone who is just starting to use a notebook to track food and exercise: First things first, to find out if I can keep track of my eating and exercising, I have started a food and exercise journal. This is nothing fancy right now, it is just a spiral notebook left over from school. [...]