The Comfortable Shoes Studio has a very neat couple of posts on bookbinding, Hedgehog bookbinding, that yields a book very much like a Moleskine. For more info, join the Hedgehogs Forever group over on Yahoo Groups.
It’s a very cool post, with some great photography. Overall it’s a very well done blog. If you’re into book binding, check it out!
The Screenwriting Life has an interesting post on how to start screenwriting – naturally paper and pencil are involved – along with a few books, and some other general rules for writing.
Have a look!
Kathleen Marie has a nice post showing a beach scene inspired by Sheila Hudson she did in her Moleskine.
Every time I see a post like this, I wish I’d spent more time learning to draw. Nice work!
Erik Deckers writes about how he comes up with a new humor column every week…naturally, he’s begun carrying a Moleskine! Still, it’s always interesting to read about how writers do their thing.
One of the ways I record my thoughts, particularly at trade shows, is with a voice recorder. Sony has a new one out, their ICD-CX50 visual voice recorder. This unit combines a voice recorder with a 1.2 megapixel camera, along with an LCD.
The CX50 does not come with removable memory, or voice to print software to convert your spoken words into written ones. It does come with a rechargeable battery, which can be charged through the USB cable or a wall adapter.
So, does it make sense to combine a voice recorder with a camera? Sure, although I always thought they were called video recorders 😉 Seriously, at $400, I’m not likely to invest in one yet. I have a nice little digital camera along with a voice recorder, and so far I haven’t needed them to be in the same machine.
Ok, it’s way out of my price range, but maybe one of you can afford it 😉