Moleskine

2018-06-19

in Daily updates

A lot of people make fun of Moleskine products as overpriced and pretentious. I can’t really speak meaningfully about their aesthetics, but having used Moleskine calendars from as long as 11 years ago as records I can commend them on the stability of their paper (in terms of colour, warping, etc) and the resilience of their general construction.

I just wish I could normally remember whether the word as an ‘e’ on the end without having to check.

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Yesterday in Dufferin Grove Park, Toronto’s Clay & Paper Theatre Company put on their 15th annual Day of Delight. I got some photos of the performances and cute dogs in the audience.

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NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has some great free software available that lets you see many solar system bodies (from the sun to Jupiter’s absurd abundance of tiny moons) as well as a wide variety of space missions.

Some interesting objects: Miranda, Phobos, Deimos, Io, Europa

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Nice to see in a way, but the thought it prompts is: “Will this tolerant society endure as the world grows more chaotic in the decades ahead?”

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