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Turn a Moleskine notebook into a multi-functional PDA! Amaze your friends! Intimidate your enemies!
15 Feb 2008
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Moleskine Brand in collaboration with National Book Store presents for the first time in the Philippines “My Moleskine” Exhibition to showcase the great diversity of talents, creativity and innovation of contemporary artists based in Asia.
11 Dec 2009
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The new collection includes printable paper, document folder, index book and ring binder. http://www.moleskine.com
26 Mar 2010
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In this episode, we'll talk about some smart ways to fix broken gadgets, make them more useful, or simply find new uses.
25 Apr 2011
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For people who want to have an overview on their projects and expand their creative space the Moleskine Project Planner is made of 54 accordion pages. One sheet of heavy-weight paper with all year planning: to organize and always keep track of short and long term tasks . Moleskine Project Planner is the diary that combines planning and scheduling features with the creative outlook of its shape.
10 Nov 2009
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The 0.00 limited edition Moleskine notebook was designed to be experienced by people. Curated by journalist Olivia Fincato with photographs from the italian photographer Renato D'Agostin. moleskine.com zeropuntozerozero.com
3 Feb 2010
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The new, lacrosse inspired Michael Bastian collection mixes sporty and tailored elements fusing the rich heritage of GANT with the dressed-up washed-down American classics that Michael Bastian is known for. Key pieces include a washed moleskin military peacoat, down puffer jackets, and tailored blazers with soft unstructured shoulders and squaredoff elbow patches. Chunky hand-knit sweaters are mixed with jaquard and intarsia crew-necks. A broad selection of classic and multi-pocket woven shirts in oxford cloth, poplin and flannel complement fitted embroidered corduroys, destroyed denim and chinos. Sportier items include a lace-up rugby shirt, pique polos, graphic t-shirts, thermals, and mesh gym shorts - even sunglasses and accessories, forming a complete lifestyle for this athletic man. To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/prne/gant/40780/
16 Feb 2010
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Here's an informative video my Adventure Medical, explaining the importance of protecting your self from the elements as well as your medical kit. The Ultralight Watertight Series includes a variety of bandages, dressing gauze, nitrile gloves, moleskin, duct tape, cotton balls, safety pins, general medications and the necessary tools for treating basic wounds all in a lightweight watertight carrying case. To learn more about the Ultralight Watertight series visit us at http://tinyurl.com/4gvcypj
14 Mar 2011
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Calluses Treatment - Podiatrist in Chandler, Sun Lakes and Phoenix, AZ Dr Alan Discont discusses the symptoms, causes and treatments for calluses. http://www.chandlerfootandanklecare.com A callus is an area of hard, thickened skin that can occur across the ball of the foot, on the heel, or on the outer side of the big toe. While many consider them a skin problem, they actually are systemic of a problem with the bone. Calluses have painful nerves and bursal sacs (fluid-filled balloons that act as shock absorbers) beneath them, causing symptoms ranging from sharp, shooting pain to dull, aching soreness. Calluses form from repeated friction and pressure, as the shoe (or ground) rubs against a bony prominence (bone spur) on the toe or foot. The skin thickens in response to this pressure. Small amounts of friction or pressure over long periods of time cause a corn or callus. A great deal of friction or pressure over shorter periods of time can cause blisters or open sores. Calluses typically develop under a metatarsal head (the long bone that forms the ball of the foot) that is carrying more than its fair share of the body weight, usually due to it being dropped down or due to its longer length. Calluses can be treated with over-the-counter callus removers that have strong acids that peel this excess skin away after repeated application. You should be careful with these products as they can cause chemical burns when not used correctly. Begin by soaking your feet in warm soapy water and gently rubbing away any dead skin that loosens. A pumice stone or emery board is then used to file this thickened skin. Apply a good moisturizer to the hardened areas to keep them softer and relieve pain. Non-medicated corn pads or moleskin (a thin fuzzy sheet of fabric with an adhesive back) can relieve calluses, but should be removed carefully to avoid tearing the skin. If you need assistance relieving calluses, contact our office. Calluses can be trimmed and comfortable padding applied to these painful areas. In addition to medication to relieve inflammation, cortisone may be injected into the underlying bursal sac to rapidly reduce pain and swelling. A plantar callus forms when one metatarsal bone is longer or lower than the others, and it hits the ground first-and with more force than it is equipped to handle-at every step. As a result, the skin under this bone thickens like a rock in your shoe. Plantar calluses that are recurring are sometimes removed surgically in a procedure called an osteotomy, which relieves pressure on the bone. A condition called Intractable Plantar Keratosis (IPK) is a deep callus directly under the ball of the foot. IPK is caused by a dropped metatarsal, which happens when the metatarsal head drops to a lower level than the surrounding metatarsals and protrudes from the bottom of the foot. This results in more pressure being applied in this area and causes a thick callus to form. A dropped metatarsal can either be a congenital abnormality, a result of a metatarsal fracture, or a structural change that may have occurred over time. How to prevent calluses: • Switch to better shoes, or even an orthotic device. • Buy socks with double-thick toes and heels and nylon hose with a woven cotton sole on the bottom of the foot. Visit our website: http://www.chandlerfootandanklecare.co
30 Aug 2011
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Proprietary Red is a full-grain, single hide, vegetable dyed calfskin cover. It is the result of a collaboration with a Master Napa Valley Winemaker to create a durable, tasteful cover for his wine tasting and wine blending notebooks. Proprietary Red covers are available in three size Composition Book (7.5” by 9.75”), Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8.25") Composition Book (7.5” by 9.75”) fit the standard size composition books by Mead, National, and Office Depot whose hardcovers and sewn-in pages are preferred by winemakers and authors who require stable, long-lived medium for archiving their work. Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8.25") fits Moleskine Cahier Pocket Notebooks, Moleskine Cahier Large Notebooks, Moleskine Pocket Journals, Moleskine Large Journals, Moleskine Pocket Agendas, Field Notes Cahier Notebooks, Midori Cahier Notebooks, and others. Hand selected, Premium calfskin Hand cut full-grain, single hide Hand dyed with vegetable dyes Available in three sizes: Composition Book (7.5” by 9.75”), Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8.25"). www.bespokegoods.com
11 Apr 2013
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Noir is an Italian saffiano calfskin leather cover. The rich texture of Saffiano leather comes from process of cross hatching the leather followed by a special deep dying. The process creates leather that has special depth of texture and resists scratches. Noir covers are available in two sizes Pocket (3.5" by 5.5"), and Large (5" by 8.25"). Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8.25") fits Moleskine Cahier Pocket Notebooks, Moleskine Cahier Large Notebooks, Moleskine Pocket Journals, Moleskine Large Journals, Moleskine Pocket Agendas, Field Notes Cahier Notebooks, Midori Cahier Notebooks, and others. Premium Italian Saffiano calfskin leather Hand cut full-grain, single hide Tool Scratched Finish Hand dyed with vegetable dyes Available in two sizes: Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8 1/4")
11 Apr 2013
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Soleil by Bespoke Goods is an Italian calfskin leather cover. Soleil in French means the sun. This golden, butterscotch leather cover is supple from a special hand dying process with all natural vegetable dyes. Soleil covers are available in two sizes Pocket (3.5" by 5.5"), and Large (5" by 8.25"). Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8.25") fits Moleskine Cahier Pocket Notebooks, Moleskine Cahier Large Notebooks, Moleskine Pocket Journals, Moleskine Large Journals, Moleskine Pocket Agendas, Field Notes Cahier Notebooks, Midori Cahier Notebooks, and others. Premium Italian calfskin leather Hand cut full-grain, single hide Hand dyed with vegetable dyes Available in two sizes: Pocket (3.5" by 5.5") and Large (5" by 8 1/4")
11 Apr 2013
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CHATROULETTE + MOLESKINE http://www.monsieurdream.com/index.php/2010/02/14/1653-chatroulette-moleskine/ www.twitter.com/monsieurdream
26 Mar 2010
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Esta es una explicación de cómo hice mi agenda Moleskine alterada. Espero que os sirva! Mi blog: http://pegapapelotijeras.blogspot.com
11 Sep 2013
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This stop motion video has been made by Dutch visual artist Rogier Wieland for Moleskine. These compact and colourful planners are the smallest in the Moleskine catalogue so far. They are about the same size as a pack of tissues.
22 Dec 2013
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A slow motion short movie JR from http://www.tothefloor.com edited together with stunning imagery and breath taking music. Motorsports, Auto Drifting, Bikes, Jumps, Surfing, Football, Soccer, motocross and more.... More Slow Motion Videos. http://tintprotector.com/blog/?p=147 http://www.tintprotector.com/strips/ The Worlds Strongest Sticky Back Moleskin Felt. 1,000's of uses! Other Great Sports Car Videos and performance statistics. http://www.tothefloor.com .
7 Jun 2010
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