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    Anyone use Moleskine notebooks to record their ideas or meeting notes while on the go? I got one as a gift about a year ago and have been hooked ever since. Love the bookmark and folding pocket for b-cards, phone numbers, etc.

    Just wondering...

    --benkorn

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    know the ones you mean and i must admit my eyes have been passing over them in the bookshops occasionally wondering if they might do the trick!!

    shall have another look at them this week - thanks for the tip.

    cheers
    Helen

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    • #3
      I have used them for about a year now. I used to use the pocket size but its too small for diagrams / mindmaps / long lists.

      I use a large one, just a bit bigger than a paperback (13cm by 21cm), for GTD stuff and detailed work notes but I find I still keep a pocket one (9cm by 14cm) handy for creative writing ideas ( just as well as I bought a few of them when I could ).

      They come with an elasticated band to keep the book shut, a placemark ribbon and a concertina(accordion) pocket inside the back cover for those scraps of paper - I keep an unread magazine article in there for when I have a moment to read something - waiting for a train.

      By the way they come with either plain, lined or squared paper. I have the squared ones as it makes indented lists clearer.

      check out : - www.moleskine.com

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      • #4
        Re: Moleskine

        Originally posted by benkorn
        Anyone use Moleskine notebooks to record their ideas or meeting notes while on the go? I got one as a gift about a year ago and have been hooked ever since. Love the bookmark and folding pocket for b-cards, phone numbers, etc.

        Just wondering...

        --benkorn
        I've been using a Moleskine for a journal for the last two years. I'm returning to graduate school this fall and am considering using them for class notebooks. One thing that's been an issue for me (until recently) is where to get them. I've found that the Daily Planner site carries their full line in the "notebooks" section of their site. See:

        www.thedailyplanner.com

        --Glen

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        • #5
          Re: Moleskine

          They seem to be a little cheaper at:

          http://www.shiptheweb.com

          You can also try to find a local store that carries them by going to:

          http://www.kikkerland.com

          - Mark

          Originally posted by gthurman
          Originally posted by benkorn
          Anyone use Moleskine notebooks to record their ideas or meeting notes while on the go? I got one as a gift about a year ago and have been hooked ever since. Love the bookmark and folding pocket for b-cards, phone numbers, etc.

          Just wondering...

          --benkorn
          I've been using a Moleskine for a journal for the last two years. I'm returning to graduate school this fall and am considering using them for class notebooks. One thing that's been an issue for me (until recently) is where to get them. I've found that the Daily Planner site carries their full line in the "notebooks" section of their site. See:

          www.thedailyplanner.com

          --Glen

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          • #6
            More on moleskine

            The following online stores also carry moleskine:

            http://www.moleskine.co.uk/
            http://shop.store.yahoo.com/moleskin...redpocket.html

            And if you really want to know more:
            http://www.everything2.com/index.pl?...type=printable
            and
            http://www.mojolondon.co.uk/Products...e_history.html

            Plus a passage from the writer Bruce Chatwin on his moleskine affection:
            http://www.moleskine.com/eng/_intern.../chatwin_1.htm

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            • #7
              Moleskine @ Barnes and Noble

              Barnes and Noble carries the small Moleskine books for $10

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