Hide your digital device in the familiar fold of a Moleskine notebook. With iPad and iPhone 3G-specific designs, you get the classic look of a rich leather cover with its rounded corners and elastic closure, plus a blank page notebook to write-on when you’re tired of typing & swiping.
Sharpie’s Liquid Pencil will go perfectly with that copy of 500 Impossible Sudoku Puzzles you got mom for her Bahamas cruise. If she screws up, it erases, just like a regular old pencil. But like dear old dad, there’s no lead left in this pencil anymore. Sharpie calls it “liquid graphite.”
If you remember things better by writing them down, give up typing little notes into your phone & get some notebooks from Field Notes. They really are more practical – plus, they’re durable, made in the U.S.A & come in cool colors. This little brand is the brainchild of Portland-based design powerhouse Aaron Draplin. The man does not mess around and neither should you.
Your box dies. You pick up a new one – with it, another keyboard. Your keys didn’t crash, your CPU did. But you upgrade anyway. We’re all keen on the recycle and reduce…but what about reuse? Save the board. 62 keys on the cover – 88 lined sheets inside for your musings. It’s geek & green all in one notebook.
Keep the weekend close at hand with the Corona Journal (other beverages available). Hand-crafted from recycled 12-pack boxes & containing 50 sheets of acid-free, blank, white, recycled paper. Ivy Lane Design is helping the environment, one case of beer at a time. Cheers.