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Monthly Archive for December, 2007

A Moleskine Planner Hack

Moleskine makes some fantastic, lovely planners, but I always have a problem actually using them. As it stands, it’s one more notebook for me to carry around, and I’m near critical mass most of the time as it. Since the planner doesn’t allow me the flexibility of notetaking, it gets bumped in favor of whatever […]

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Lunch Express

Back in November, I heard Nigella Lawson on NPR talking about her new cookbook, Nigella Express. It was a good enough piece that I scribbled the title down and tossed it onto my Amazon wishlist, where my wife found it and grabbed it for me for Christmas. It went in the stack until this morning […]

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Mad All Over

So, I picked up the new Jim Cramer book, Stay Mad For Life pretty much as soon as it came out. Now, I am already a big fan of Cramer – I catch his show, Mad Money, on CNBC whenever practical, and I’ve read an enjoyed his previous books, Real Money and Mad Money. I’ve […]

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What’s old is new

So, my unhappiness regarding the death of the Foleo has been offset by the fact that there clearly is some interest in this sort of device. The eee PC from Asus and the formerly-nanobook now Cloudbook from everex both fall into this niche, an ultralight, ultraportable, linux based machine designed primarily for working online. Especially […]

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