Nero's Notes — Podcasts

1857

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

How's that for a cryptic title? 1857 is a podcast.The Podcast about making the past, the present, in the future. Still not sure? Me neither. Have a listen. Every week, TJ Cosgrove and I have a wee chat about analogue stuff. If you don't know TJ, he is the man behind the excellent You Tube Channel, 'Wood & Graphite'. We have featured him on the blog here once or twice too. Handsome ain't he? TJ and I have never met in person, but every week, we have a chat, surrounded by all sorts of electronic gizmos. Each and every week, one...

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Anchor.fm

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I have a weird voice. I came to this realisation a while ago. It is at the forefront of my mind because of an app called Anchor.  I found it on the recommendation of Myke Hurley, co-founder of Relay.fm, my favourite podcast channel. The premise of Anchor is straightforward; I can record and broadcast my thoughts, simply by speaking into my phone. So I have. Should you be at a very loose end and wish to hear it, then download the free Anchor app onto your smart phone thing of choice and look for 'Pocket Notebooks'.  There, you will find...

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Nock-Nock?

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Promise me that you at least thought, "Who's there?" This week, we took delivery of inventory from this American supplier. We re-stocked our existing lines of cases and paper goods and took our first delivery of some items that we have not had before. I let our e-mail subscribers have first bite, (you can subscribe at the bottom of the page) and now they're open to everyone. So, who are Nock Co? I paraphrase the below from their website. In 2007, Brad Dowdy started a blog, The Pen Addict. It was a place where he could share his obsession with pens in...

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Welcome to our 'Little Black Book'

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This new page is where we share links to our friends. Those friends might be suppliers or bloggers. They might even be competitors. I know what you are thinking, "he's lost the plot." Here's the thing. We all share something. The love of analogue. That love comes in all sorts of forms and variations, and painful though it is, I have come to realise that all of you are seeing other people. (I hope you are picturing me in tears.) I'm kidding of course. Here we carry all sort of goodies, not just notebooks; but we can never hope to...

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