- Lucky Line 40401 Secure-A-Key
- Soft Flex 0.19″ 49 Strand Beading Wire
- 2mm x 2mm Copper Crimp Tubes
- Sharpie Stainless Steel Pen
- Field Notes FN-01 Notebook
- ACCO Ideal Clamp
- Lucky Line 71101 Flex-o-loc Key Ring
- 15mm and 20mm McGizmo Clips
- 6mm – 10mm Split Rings
- Leatherman Squirt ES4
- Spyderco Ladybug H-1 Hawkbill
- Foursevens Mini ML
- OG Shop Rag
The assembly instructions for SawStop saws are exceptionally good. Check out that beautiful hardware packaging. The instructions even show pictures of the hardware pack and highlight the section needed by the current step, just in case the color coding isn’t enough. And instead of making you constantly flip back to a single heavily labelled diagram, diagrams are repeated on each page and made relevant to the current step. What’s more, the diagrammed steps are accompanied by actual paragraphs of text containing complete, concise sentences. This is what actually caring looks like.
For my introduction to Rhodia, I grabbed the Essential Box. I really like the head-stapled look.
I also got a couple of A7 pocket sized side-stapled notebooks. Here they are next Field Notes and Doane Paper notebooks for size comparison. The Rhodia are smaller and would make a pretty nice EDC notebook if the Field Notes/Doane Paper 3.5″x5.5″ form is too large for you . The glossy covers on the Rhodia might make it wear better in the pocket, but I prefer matte, kraft paper type covers that I can write on.
My very spiffy WordPress 10th anniversary Moleskine just arrived. Time to leave some marks.
This necklace previously had a round druzy agate pendant that I wasn’t really feeling. After lots of searching, I found a boulder opal pendant that feels much better.
The other side of the pendant also has its charms.
The just released Summer 2013 edition.