Daycraft Envelope Signature Folder…Available in five colors, it is made from Italian polyurethane or PU, a synthetic material that has the combined elasticity of rubber and toughness of metal. The material is smooth to the touch, but thick and strong enough to hold the documents inside the pocket.
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Our latest Leonardo collection is made up of two designs. One — Sun & Moonlight — features Leonardos scientific observations and theories on the light of the moon relative to the radiance of the sun, while the other — Water Motion — features scientific observations and theories on the motion of water.
Paper, but more specifically handwriting, will likely always be with us, and that’s a good thing. It’s a smoother path from your brain to the printed word, it saves you from task-switching overload, and it possibly makes the best to-do list.
By committing your thought to paper, you’re also doing more to lock it into place. … Berninger told the Wall Street Journal in Oct. 2010 that as your hand executes each stroke of each letter, it activates a much larger portion of the brain’s thinking, language, and “working memory” regions than typing, which whisks your attention along at a more letters-and-words pace.
… paper as a medium that allows for deeper thought and focus. By its nature, it’s a single page that you pick up and give a key position to, and you can see exactly how much you have done with it.
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Letts Bicentenary Diary is no doubt one of the most beautiful nostalgic planner ever created. It looks to be absolutely well-made. Plannerism gives an excellent review and that makes me wanna have it soon. It’s limited edition with only 2000 prints. If you want to own it, you should go to Letts Web Store to order it. There are only 9 in stock at this moment, so hurry up!
Here’s the link: http://www.letts.co.uk/bicentenary-diary-2012-week-to-view.html
source: Plannerisms: Letts Bicentenary Diary.
Jenni Bick Bookbinding under another avatar of MoleskineAndMore.com (aka Jenni Bick Moleskine ) offers customized Moleskine notebooks with personalized embossing almost anything for as little as $15 per line. It looks to be doing amazing job. NotebookStories is giving away two such notebooks with its website embossed on it for two luck winners. Here is how it looks:
You can enter the contest by going to the source link shown below and following the given instructions. Hurry up, it’s until coming Monday (21st November 2011)!!!