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Video: Goulet Pens Spotlight Video on ME!
Are you sick of hearing my voice yet this week? If not, then you might want to check out this video that Goulet Pens recorded in Atlanta at the Atlanta Pen Show in April. They did a very nice interview with me for their Spotlight series. I was so nervous but Brian was so kind,…
Video: Philip Ashforth Coppola Illustrating New York City’s Subway Stations
Philip Ashforth Coppola has spent the last 38 years illustrating the details of New York City’s subway stations. Many of the illustrations are done with ballpoint pen and are exquisitely detailed. New York Bound Books has published small editions of bound volumes of some of the sketches. This video is from the Great Big Story…
Podcast: Freakonomics “Who Needs Handwriting?” Part Two
Oh, yes… its time to listen to and discuss part two of the second part of Freakonomics “Who Needs Handwriting?” podcast called “How Can This Possibly Be True?” I listened to the episode this morning and it went into more detail about the making of pencils and that no one person or country can actually…
Video: Life Hacks with Binder Clips
Kooky video full of life hacks using binder clips! Office supplies will save your life! Or at least make it more convenient. (Huge shoutout out to DameEmma from my Secret Society of Enablers for pointing me to this video. Totally blew my mind.)
Kickstarter: RelayCon Atlanta 2016
It’s happening again! Brad and Myke are getting the gang back together for a live recording of The Pen Addict podcast in Atlanta at the pen show in April and they are letting me tag along again. Help support our efforts to be the nerdiest of all pen nerds and get a cool notebook, and…
Video: “Magnetic” Paper
Magnetic from alexmonitor on Vimeo. I find the concept of electrostatic paper interesting but when they mentioned that the paper was slick and only demonstrated it with ballpoint and markers, I was less enthusiastic about it. Did you back this Kickstarter? Would you try it?