I’ve had my eye on a couple of pens lately. They’re not the typical fine writing instruments that I would normally pine after. They’re simple pens, meant to be used and forgotten and then replaced.Continue reading “Buying pens serves a purpose”
My relationship with pens, even to me, is a bit strange. I’m not quite so sure why I like them as much as I do. Maybe it’s not something that I need to figure out but it’s something that I question from time to time.Continue reading “The Value of a Pen”
One of the ways that I most regularly express myself is through writing. Writing, I find, is safe. Writing affords me time. Writing gives me space.
But, I’m not a writer. I’m someone who writes. Continue reading “Self-Expression, Part 2”
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This is the greatest tool in the world. It has the ability to start and end wars. It has the power to break hearts and bring lovers together. This, this one tool, has all of the power in the world. Without it, we’d never know of a God. Continue reading “The Pen, the Most Powerful Tool in the World”
My love for fountain pens is not waning. My interest in fineliners is growing. Continue reading “Fineliners, the Felt-tipped Pen”
Years ago, I wrote a post about using my then-new iPad. I tried to find the post in the archive of the many online-catacombs that I’ve dug and filled, but I can’t find it. The post had something to do with the contention between the digital and analog worlds that we navigate. I must have written that post over five years ago, and the debate on ebooks vs. “real”-books was going strong.
Not too long ago, I put together a simple website about how Evernote can be used in the classroom for one of my classes. While working on the site, I came across a little bit of information that rekindled my interest in the interaction between our analog and digital worlds. Most notably, Evernote and Moleskine are cross-pollinating and I’m very interested in finding out if the offspring is fit for survival. Continue reading “If Only I Could Write On the Pages of a Blank Screen”