Few people have heard of it, yet many consider John Blankenbaker's KENBAK-1 to be the first commercial personal computer.

Koss introduced these headphones over 40 years ago, and they remain affordable favorites to this day.

Moleskine Mischief: Hacking the Unhackable

van GoghThis Moleskine notebook was owned by painter Vincent van Gogh. I've raved about oilcloth covered Moleskines in the past; they're built to last and incredibly useful.

Thankfully, many others agree with me. Several websites dedicated to improving the Moleskine user experience have sprung up, offering clever ideas and modifications to get the most of your mild mannered notebook.

Here are a few links to get you started on the path to Moleskine enlightenment:

More Moleskine Hacks (43 Folders): tips and tricks from a self-proclaimed "multiple-Moleskine nerd."

Loose Wire's multi-tab Moleskine hack; adding sections to help you organize the disorganized.

Writing tips for Moleskines (also by Mike Shea, but this cool little pdf of tips is a must-have for every writer).

All about Moleskine: Wikipedia serves up more than anyone in their right mind needs to know about Modo & Modo's little gems.

There are probably hundreds more, but these are the ones I've stumbled upon and enjoyed. If you know of others, leave a comment. Now if only I could find my notebook under the pile of junk on my desk...


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