Paw Prints — Norderly

Nemo me impune lacessit - at least, not without a pencil

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

We forget, sometimes, that pencils really are the product of all sorts of complex technological processes, but they are. Their role in the voting process is almost part of a ritual; walk along to the polling station, take the form into a plywood booth, and reach for a stubby little HB on a string. Old school? Sure. But it works.

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Pillars of the community

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Like the Norderly notebook you already know - but with dots!

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Ecce! Aurora Borealis

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

So what's the Norderly like as a notebook? Well, it's pocket-sized, sturdy, and filled with excellent paper which behaves well with either ink or graphite. Now available all over the world thanks to a collaboration with Nero's Notes, I think you'll like it.

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Noodling about in a Norderly

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Ah. One of the many reasons I love writing for Nero's Notes is that I get to see some of the new stuff before all of you lot, and get to see prototypes. The Nero's Notes crew were delighted to be sent a sample of a new pocket notebook - the Norderly - recently.

So, what's it like?

It's really, really good! You know me - I can be a fussy madam over paper and whether they'll play nicely with fountain pens... these are fantastic.

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