Sunday Notes & Links

Field Notes Arts & Sciences

Field Notes Arts & Sciences

Field Notes changed it up with their latest subscription. Since I didn’t put a scale reference in the photo above so it’s impossible to see they’re no longer pocket notebooks. Well, unless you have big pockets. So naturally there’s been discussion. At first I was apprehensive about the change since it was a pocket notebook subscription in my mind. Then I looked at all the pocket notebooks waiting to be used and figured it was a good thing. I also like that the ruling is different. I’m not sure what I’m going to use them for and I haven’t tried either one yet so I’m withholding judgement but don’t consider the size change a negative. The Unroyal Warrant took a look at them.

Some links of interest…

Edison Beaumont Review — The Pen Addict

FPGeeks | Pilot Namiki Falcon Fountain Pen Review

Guest post: Urushi and Lacquering Techniques | On Fountain Pens

Pen Review: Kaweco Allrounder — The Gentleman Stationer

Stillman & Birn Paper Sampler | The Well-Appointed Desk

Wedding Celebration & Shipping Delays • Ink On Hand // Aaron from the Zeller Writing Co. will be getting married (congratulations!) so they’ll be delays in shipping. But until he returns you can get 10% off. I reviewed one of his handmade pens stands here.

Why I Journal | My Pen Needs Ink

Write to Me Often: Dollar Demonstrator Fountain Pen 717i

Making Bullet Journal My Own — Modern Stationer

Sheaffer 100 ‹ inklode | fountain pens, inks, and more

Ink Reviews

Iroshizuku Shin-Ryoku ~ Inkdependence!

Rohrer and Klingner Scabiosa ink review | Pens! Paper! Pencils!

In a stew: A short review of Kaweco Caramel Brown | A fool with a pen

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Sunday Notes & Links

    • @MyPenNeedsInk – I have so many of the regular sized Field Notes, and similar sized notebooks, that I was more happy to see them trying stuff than I was upset. But I didn’t order additional sets since I think this will have limited use for me. I did start using one of the Arts and I’m liking the paper (I use thin nibs, wetter nibs may be less happy). I don’t expect to order additional sets and wouldn’t be thrilled if they repeated the size in the next mailing.

      Your welcome on the link, your site is a regular in my feed.

      Ray

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