Categories Asides Moleskine Blog Post author By Matt Post date December 6, 2004 8 Comments on Moleskine Blog Jeremy Boggs wrote in to point me to this very neat blog where each entry is a scanned page from a Moleskine notebook. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Extraordinary Machine → WordPress and Dreamhost 8 replies on “Moleskine Blog” Very nice. I’ve been looking around for blogs that post only art or drawings. I’m not sure it’s really the vocation of WP. I feel awkward when I see photo blogs. That’s like using PHPbb as a todo list or Gallery as an archiving tool. Powered by Pictorialis I 🙂 Roy, I think it speaks to WP’s versatility. Why not use Gallery to arcfive, if it works well for you? Thank you very much for this post, Matt! First BoingBoing, then the WordPress Main Man himself… when I started this blog, it was only for a few friends and me 😀 danithew: thanks, I’m discovering your graphical blog, and I hope to see more soon! Roy: using a blog to display photos or drawings is like using a blog to display text. I want to express myself graphically, and publish my journal daily. Why should I use anything else than a blog? and Pictorialis is providing exactly what I want 😉 Mark: Pictorialis I was the best thing I tested. I was also familiarized with WordPress, so it was clearly the best thing I could use =) I certainly think Le Moleskine, and other blogs like it, is much more than a “photo blog.” And, like Mike says, its a versitile use of WordPress, and the blog medium in general. What makes scanning the thoughts and ideas one composes in a Moleskin journal, and posting them on the web, different from writing a simple text weblog? Yeah, and what Joachim said! Mike, many things work but they are not always ideal. Example: millions think IE is the best browser; billions use paper to record tasks. Joachim, I don’t know what tools (if any) exist for this purpose. You might find out one day an recall what I said. I didn’t realise that Pictorialis was involved so I take some of my words back. Comments are closed.