Moleskine notebook hacks

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Moleskine notebook hacks

MoleHere are some handy tips on making an already useful Moleskin notebook even more useful – my favorite “Pencil sharpener. Two pieces of sandpaper, couse for wood, fine to sharpen the lead to a nice point. Sticky back tape the sandpaper to the back of your notebook.” Link.

6 thoughts on “Moleskine notebook hacks

  1. martinbrown says:

    Shame they couldn’t get the name of the notebooks right.

    It’s Moleskine, with an ‘e’ on the end.

  2. blubrick says:

    My first thought was “Moleskin covered notebook? Interesting mod. But that can’t be a good idea, having a pair of devices to create pencil shavings attached to your notebook.” The last thing I want getting into the guts of my notebook is highly conductive dust.

    Then I read TFA and realised that it was not about notebook computers but analog note books. (i.e. the ones made from a stick an’ a log).

    Yes, using sandpaper as a pencil sharpener is a good idea, but methinks the term “Hack” is a bit of a stretch in this instance.

  3. redmoskito says:

    That’s actually how the brand name is spelled, smartypants.

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