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Analogue v Digital. 1 - Calendars

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This post first appeared on stuartlennon.com I am afflicted with infatuations both for the analogue world of stationery and the digital applications for Apple hardware. Mix those in with a desire to be as productive as possible, and a large degree of experimentation is inevitable. This is how I'm currently managing calendars. Calendars In the red, (analogue) corner, The Economist Diary 2020 by Collins Debden, weighing in at super heavy. In the blue, (digital) corner, ical, google calendar, the calendar app and Timepage by Moleskine, weighing in at well, nothing. Red Corner The Economist Diary is a tome. A big,...

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8 to 1: semi-final 2 - Midori v Waverley

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

In round 3, the Midori won against the Palomino. In round 4, the Waverley won against the Alwych (though it was a tight finish). Who will be today's winner? Midori Quick reminder... These Notebooks are created using traditional thread stitched book binding methods, which ensures the notebook opens evenly and is highly durable. MD Notebooks don’t have a cover. This is because Midori thinks this would impact on the comfort of writing, making them harder to open and make the pages looser. With only cheesecloth reinforcing the spine, these notebooks are supple and open easily. Available in Plain, Ruled and...

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155. My lucky number

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Happy New Year to you all.My apologies to all those still waiting for their Volumes 155 from Blackwing. Of all our supply chains, this is our slowest. This edition, in particular, has had all the nimble velocity of a glacier.We are assured that the merchandise is now in the UK and that we will be despatching first class to you all next week. Thank you for your patience. It’s not good enough, and we are working with all parties in the supply chain to ensure that we get better, and that in particular all UK retailers get the opportunity to...

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Una paginus per diem rejicit medicus.

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

New year's resolutions being potentially life-affirming infamously but tricky things, I'm willing to bet there are a few readers who were determined to start work on keeping a diary or journal this year - and are probably finding it a bit of a challenge a week in to the task.

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8 to 1: semi-final 1 - Leuchtturm 1917 v Poach My Lobster

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

In round 1Leuchtturm beat the Life Noble notebook. In round 2, Poach My Lobster beat the Clairefontaine Deco, but it was much closer. Who will be victorious today? Let battle commence.

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