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Two alternatives to Field Notes and Moleskine Cahier notebooks

on Wednesday, August 6th, 2014
Posted in: News

If you like carrying pocket sized notebooks (3.5 x 5 in) but are a little bored with the current crop of Field Notes and Moleskine Cahier notebooks that are on the market, here are two alternatives that might tickle your fancy. First up are the new Polygon Word. Notebooks. I’m a fan of these notebooksRead More…


Sorta adaptive notebinder review

on Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
Posted in: Miscellaneous, Reviews

Does this sound familiar? You’re happily writing in your brand new hardbound journal when you suddenly make a mistake. Maybe you misspelled a word, your penmanship was sloppy or you just weren’t happy with an entry. Now you feel like you ruined your journal. If you’ve ever wished that you could remove pages, add pagesRead More…


Wipebook – Dry erase notebooks

on Saturday, December 14th, 2013
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Dry erase boards are modern day chalkboards. Write something on them and when you’re finished, just wipe them off and then you can start all over. If you’ve ever wanted a portable version of a dry erase board, the Wipebook is it. This notebook features 25 smooth pages that work with dry erase and correctableRead More…


Word Standard Memorandum notebook – everything old is new again

on Thursday, October 31st, 2013
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

If you’ve been wanting to start a journal, but need a little inspiration to get started, check out this new vintage style Standard Memorandum notebook from Word. Styled after the pocket journals from 100 years ago, The Standard Memorandum provides dated pages for 1 year. Each page offers 3 lines per day, with 7 daysRead More…


Daycraft Signature Duo notebook review

on Saturday, September 14th, 2013
Posted in: News

Here’s a unique notebook for those of you who can’t make up your mind if you prefer your notebook pages to have lines or dots. Hong Kong based Daycraft’s new line of Signature Duo notebooks give you the best of both worlds with a double sided notebook that has lined pages on one side and dottedRead More…


Evernote Teams up with Moleskine to Offer Smart Notebooks

on Saturday, August 25th, 2012

If you are an Evernote user, you probably already know that you can backup your paper notebooks and journals by snapping pictures of the pages and uploading them into your account. Evernote and Moleskine are coming together to offer smart notebooks that offer features that make this task even better. When you take a snapshotRead More…


InkLeaf Leather Company Field Notes Cover Review

on Sunday, August 19th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

Field Notes memo book fans will be happy to learn that they can protect their little notebooks from every day wear and tear with a handmade leather cover from the 2 person husband and wife team at InkLeaf Leather Company.


Daycraft – Alternatives to Moleskine and Rhodia Notebooks

on Friday, January 27th, 2012
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Who among us is a notebook / stationary junky? Let’s see a show of hands please… Me too. That’s why I was grinning from ear to ear when the mailman dropped off a box of samples from a company that I’d not heard of before: Daycraft. I suppose the reason why I’ve not heard ofRead More…

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Lifebook 2013 Concept – A single convergence device?

on Saturday, January 21st, 2012
Posted in: Gear, Laptops and Gear, News

Those of you who lug around a lot of gear like myself, and remember my article on a single convergence device, might just find this concept design by Indian Industrial Designer Prashant Chandra very interesting. His entry in the Fujitsu Design Awards competition, the Lifebook2013, was shortlisted to the top 100 from over 3000 entries fromRead More…


Protect your Field Notes Notebook with a Corter Sleeve

on Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

I’ve recently become a fan of Field Notes notebooks because they are small, made in the US and have a cool retro look that appeals to me. These notebooks are designed to be shoved in a pocket, which is convenient, but after while will probably cause the notebook to become bent or overly worn. CorterRead More…


Midori 5th Anniversary TRAVELER’s Notebook Review

on Sunday, October 9th, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, Reviews

Do pens, notebooks or other accessories help inspire you to regularly write in your journal or diary? Or are you like me, do you have a stack of blank Moleskine and Rhodia notebooks on your desk that mock you when you look at them? I seem to start and stop the habit of writing. IRead More…


gScreen SpaceBook – 34″ Notebook

on Friday, September 2nd, 2011
Posted in: Laptops and Gear, News

Packing two 17″ Full HD screens, an Intel I7 processor, 8GB of DDR1333 Ram, Webcam, 500GB Hard Drive, NVidia discrete graphics, HDMI, Super DVDDrive and Magnesium Alloy lid-frame, the gScreen SpaceBook is aimed at those users who need a portable workstation for video, photography, web design and anyone who requires a dual screen powerhouse.  WeightRead More…


Quiver Pen Holders for Moleskine Notebooks Review

on Thursday, December 2nd, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, Reviews

I love gadgets and gizmos with LEDs, buttons and batteries, but I also love analog gear just as much. Things like Moleskine and Rhodia notebooks, pens and colored pencils are usually scattered around my desk and in my gear bag. I’ve recently started keeping a journal again and during one of my epic web surfingRead More…

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MusicSkins Laptop Skin Review

By: Andrew Morrow
on Tuesday, September 8th, 2009
Posted in: Laptops and Gear

We love our electronics, don’t we? I don’t know anyone who doesn’t have, at the very least, a notebook computer and an MP3 player.  Most of  my friends add in an iPhone or other smartphone.   I, personally, have always used Invisible Shield products for my more important electronics and have gotten quite good at applying themRead More…

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Microsoft Wireless Notebook Presenter Mouse 8000 Review

on Saturday, September 5th, 2009
Posted in: Laptops and Gear

Like a lot of us, I travel for work fairly often, lugging my rotator-cuff rending Lenovo T60p (with extended life battery) and its builders-grade power brick through airports and hotels.  Because of this, I am rather fanatical about accessories that can help me save time, weight and space, both on my daily grind commute andRead More…


MSI Announces GX733 Gaming Notebook

on Thursday, April 2nd, 2009
Posted in: Uncategorized

Microstar International, famous lately for their Wind series netbooks, announced today they would be pushing further into the mobile gaming fray with the latest in their GX series of gamer targeted notebooks.