Alice Laurant: Come on guys. Quit complaining, it's not like you need to pay for it, it's just a template maker. Back when I taught sunday school, I used this to make a attendance sheet because it would come out much neater. I even printed out a couple of those book review sheets, even if I didn't glue them down. Obviously, I don't think your whole moleskin should only be glued in things, but a couple of pages wouldn't hurt either.
Gabriele Miradoli: The music is an original song created by Renzo Cappai (an italian sound designer & musician - his youtube's profile is RenzoKiSound) - thank you for all positive comments :) we are so proud of this! stay tuned.
Brian Shuttleworth: It's an outside-the-box way of bringing two worlds together. If someone wants to stick with one or the other, go for it. But if you want to add an interesting touch to your note taking this is a way to do it. And for all you complainers out there, google "chill pill", maybe you'll find some relief for your woes. :)
LinneaMusic: it's an nice idea but it kinda kills the magic about the moleskine :c but it's a great idea for those who have crappy handwriting or making a city journal for their friends or something.... i will stop writing now...
LinneaMusic: it's an nice idea but it kinda kills the magic about the moleskine :c but it's a great idea for those who have crappy handwriting or making a city for their friends or something.... i will stop writing now...
Peach Plastic: @chocolatepoundcake Haha, on the chindogy analogy: I enjoyed those, thanks for the reference! I didn't know of them until now! ... A nice addition to a pointless video. :D
jmmcc64: Cool idea. I love the music. :-) I'm always pasting stuff in my Moleskine so, hell, why not MSK?
tofutantra: get a pencil sharpener, egghead
gnu93: hey, isn t this a very bad copy of EVELIEN LOHBECK's NOTEBOOK?!!!!
rox5tsuken: ooooe amazing, i'm not able to do that with a normal notebook D:
+1 to trailfox360 --> Relly. stupid. idea.
chocolatepoundcake: I watched this on the Moleskine site, unbiased by these comments. And I kept asking myself what the point is. How many more gadgets are we willing to adopt, no matter how wasteful and redundant?
This reminds me of Japanese chindogu, things too awkward and complicated to use to make their production worthwhile.