Moleskine recently introduced a notebook for recipes.
Fully embossed cover, 3 ribbon place markers and double expandable inner pocket. Informative pages: food calendars, food facts, measurements and conversions. 6 theme-based sections to fill in: appetizers, first courses, main dishes, side dishes, desserts, cocktails. 6 tabbed sections to personalize and 16 blank pages in which to unleash your passion's creativity.
The Moleskine City Notebooks, the cool make-your-own travel books, are being released in the US on Nov 1 and moleskinerie has information on where to find them.
Moleskine's City Notebook lets you create your own personal city guidebook. Photos of a prototype here; available for Paris, London, Berlin, Amsterdam now, Chicago, NYC, SF, Boston in 2007. Love the idea of a writable guidebook.
The company that makes Moleskine notebooks is putting itself up for sale. Says the head of the company, "Moleskine is growing very quickly and it is becoming too big for us. We do not have the capacity to follow it through." Hipsters and GTDers ponder an uncertain organizational future. (via moleskinerie)