Sunday Notes and Links

Parker Duofold c.1926 FIne Nib with Aurora Black bottleThis week’s favorite fountain pen and ink combination was easily my Parker Duofold c.1928 with Aurora Black ink. It’s been far too long since I last inked up the Parker (over a year according to my records) and it’s been a joy to write with. It’s been mostly long form writing (several full pages as opposed to short notes) and the pen is very comfortable and the nib is smooth. It’s fine nib is a little wet but I’m growing to like that more and more.

Some links of interest…

Turn a Blank Notebook into a Lined Notebook – The Well-Appointed Desk // Ana updated her guide sheets. I don’t use guide sheets (maybe I should) but this is a great resource.
Nakaya Portable Cigar Ao-tamenuri Fountain Pen Review — The Pen Addict // The best part of the review is that he takes the pen out in addition to sharing it with others.
My Note Book Workflow — Alt. Haven
An Often Unknown Influence – Mr. Thomas Hall — The Clicky Post
Feature on Fox8! – Edison Pen Co // Fox8 feature on Edison Pen (video)
When in Doubt, Make A List – Scott Berkun via lifehacker
For the next company that wants to revive a beloved pen brand. – Leigh Reyes. My Life As a Verb // Repeating a link I mentioned here
Citrusy! The Faber-Castell Lime LOOM Fountain Pen – From the Pen Cup
Kaweco Skyline Mint Fountain Pen — The Finer Point
Pelikan M600 Souverain: The Right Choice? — The Gentleman Stationer
Rotring Core Fountain Pen – Write to Me Often
Always a gentleman: A review of Waterman blue-black ink – A fool with a pen // A stalwart ink I don’t appreciate enough
Noodler’s Bernanke Black Ink Review – Stationary Journey
Cursive – cursed again? – Pete Denison
Keeping Track Of Ink And Pens – An Inkophile’s Blog

Check out all of this week’s links at Fountain Pen Links. If you’re looking for information about a specific pen or ink be sure to visit Pennquod.

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