Journals and notebooks, fine papers and pens, inks and their ilks, a few other things, and the occasional rant
Brian Goulet's "Feed Saturation Method" seems to me worth a look. I buy inks that I know I like in pairs. One bottle's the main tank, the second's the reserve I use to replenish the #1. The Carnivals always offer a fresh riff. Jack/Youngstown
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Yes, there were a lot of great posts to read and bookmark. And Brian's video on feed saturation was amazing. I don't know if I would have the patience for that!
Diane, somehow I'd like to think the scribes and librarians of yesteryear held occasional in-person Carnivals. "Yes, Tellimachus, I had the same problem. I daubed my stylus with a little oil and wiped it with a rough cloth. Next thing you know, I was flying through that wax tablet".:}}
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