Baron Fig Limited Edition: Work / Play (Dot Grid / Blank)

My review of the original Baron Fig needs little alteration when you look at my thoughts on the product itself. I was ranting a bit about other things there but here I’ll keep it simple. This, the Baron Fig Work / Play, is a premium notebook at a premium notebook price for people that want […]

Baron Fig Limited Edition: Work / Play (Dot Grid / Blank)

My review of the original Baron Fig needs little alteration when you look at my thoughts on the product itself. I was ranting a bit about other things there but here I’ll keep it simple. This, the Baron Fig Work / Play, is a premium notebook at a premium notebook price for people that want […]

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Fountain Pen Review: Sheaffer Prelude @thepencompany

This is the first fountain pen review I’ve done in several months. I got a new job in a new city and basically ran out of time to do much else for a while. I’m going to try to be on point and not overdo it with my first step back. That all being said […]

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Fodderstack by Nock Co. Review @NockCo

I’m excited to share this great write-up by my good friend Nathan. Being a person who prefers to make to-do lists, take notes, and write reminders on paper rather than using an electronic device, and after searching through several types of notebooks, I found one I prefer – the Rhodia 7.5cm x 12cm (3 in […]

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Happy New Year and a Secret Revealed!

Ok, I can finally let the cat out of the bag. I’ve been in a transition over the last few months of shutting down my computer company that I have owned for the last eight years. I am taking a job in the corporate world doing IT and database work starting this month. The transition […]

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Paper For Fountain Pens’ Blank Book Review – 320 pages of Tomoe River

Honestly, this is my favorite notebook of all those on my shelf at the moment. It is handmade but solid. It’s not flashy but it looks refined. It has 320 pages of Tomoe River paper! I’ve talked about this notebook before. It won our 2013 Best Of Paper award. It’s a good value at under $30. It’s […]

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Parse & Parcel Christmas Card Pack Review

I had a small pack of cards from Parse & Parcel show up in my mailbox about a week ago and thankfully so. I ran out of cards and had a few last minute cards to send yesterday. I sent most from this pack along with a few from Neatography as well. The cards from […]

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The Product Free 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

I will possibly still make a gift guide which fits the more traditional list of products style but for this one I wanted to do something different. Because everyone’s price range is different and personal taste are different I want to make a gift guide that is based on the idea behind the actual list […]

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My Favorite Blue Fountain Pen Inks at the Moment

Blue has somehow taken over my top spot in terms of favorite ink colors. I blame Brian Goulet mostly. For work or play blue can do it all. Here are my favorite blue inks at the moment in no particular order. Noodler’s Navy – I love this ink for being bold and bright. It might look […]

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100 Year Old Notebook Found Frozen in Ice

via CNN: The notebook belonged to George Murray Levick, a surgeon and photographer who was part of Scott’s 1910-13 expedition. It contains pencil notes about photos he took in 1911 at Cape Adare. Full Article Here: http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/28/world/antarctic-explorer-notebook/index.html -Heath @WeThePPIL

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