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April 26, 2006
Moleskine citizen marketers
I'm a Moleskine evangelist. My buddy Bruce gave me one as a gift a few years back, and I've been a convert since.
It's difficult to explain why. There's not an atom of high-tech about it. It's old-school calm and Italian-craftsman confident. It's an antidote to the increasing level of digital bits that infiltrate our working lives.
(Via Ben Rowe)
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» The Moleskine evangelists from Mike Stopforth
Perhaps you own one. I don’t. I barely write anymore – most of my thoughts get hammered out on a keyboard or spoken directly into a digital recorder. But I’m intrigued. Not by the odd Moleskine-bearer strolling nonchalantly around Melville or R... [Read More]
I'm a moleskine evangelist but didn't know they had a blog. I love how unobtrusive it is and while it's smaller than a tablet PC, it only takes about 1.5 seconds to boot it up. NO problems with battery life, either.-)
Thanks for letting me know about their blog.
I'm LOL about a 1.5 second boot-up time. No blue screens, either.
Good links, thanks!
Wow Thank's for your info. I'm a Moleskine fan too, I used a little one during 2005 and my brother gave me the Pocket diary 2006 and It is right nwhen you said that this and antidote and also a complement to my digital Ipod synchronized with my outlook
Today turning a project meeting, my partner Jackie was entering notes into her notes into our Basecamp project file, and I was entering my notes into my Moleskine.