Weapon of Choice: “Uncanny Valley” 2022 Midjourney Roboto BSAN Yeah – not exactly what I’m looking for. It’s kinda fez-like, but strong Jackie O vibes, and if that’s the best you can do, then you don’t know what one is.. There we go – no robot can steal as well as a human with Photoshop. […]
Category: Munk’s EDCN Notebook
Weapon of Choice: “Mothra” 1972 IBM Selectric Composer #5016537 Typefaces of Choice: IBM Composer T-8-M Theme 8-Point Medium, Chart Pak Deca-Dry 24-Point Franklin Gothic Condensed, 3M 42-Point Mercator Bold.
Havana Jack’s Cafe, Florida
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2004 HP Pavilion DV4307cl – a WinXP Powerbox! (: The Stampin’ Box is gettin’ pretty full again.
Weapon of Choice: “Dr. Lizardo” 1973 IBM Selectric II #26 1220365
Weapon of Choice: “Thunderbird 4” 1968 Montgomery Ward Signature 440T #C8899610 I chopped down a dozen more sheets from the ream of Wausau 70# Matte Coated Text paper I had saved back from the 90’s for the EDCN, and got curious as to whether I’d be able to find another ream when this one gets […]
Weapon of Choice: “Thunderbird 2” 1968 Montgomery Ward Signature 440T #B8860433 Obligatory Desk Cat Boomer basks in the warmth of my old vertical monitor.
Weapon of Choice: “Tex” 1957 Underwood De Luxe #AG2859328
Weapon of Choice: 1986 Canon Typestar 4 #Q12013213
Weapon of Choice: 1962 Groma Kolibri N #N43143
Weapon of Choice: 1971 Royal (Silver-Seiko) Sprite #NM 1113791 Fisher Space Pen refill cartridge (.7mm with G2 Converter) vs OHTO PG-105NP Needlepoint Gell (.5mm) Typewriter Club Live 2023-01-15 Yeah, the Schmidt DSM 2006 doesn’t fit in either the plastic barrel Jotter or the full Stainless one, spring in or out. I’ve seen video reviews of […]
Weapon of Choice: 1946 Royal Quiet De Luxe #A-1218244 Testing out all of my working Jotter refills. All .07 ball points, I’m afraid. I ordered a pack of .05 Gels and a .05 mechanical pencil converter, which I’ll likely switch to. Some useful links on dating a Parker Jotter. There’s apparently some info out there […]
Time to make improvements to the back cover of the EDCN! (: Weapon of Choice: “Moneypenny” 1948 Royal Quiet De Luxe #A-1551567 I want the back cover to fold back flat and offer more room to store typed-on pages, so we need to add a single-bend, 1/2″ section to the bind end and re-punch. Bonus: […]
Weapons of Choice: EDCN & Thunderbird 2 – Inner cover of my new EDCN, with Woodgrain Linoleum cover inspired by Joe Van Cleave.. Joe Van Cleave’s Prong EDCN Making the Pen Loop out of black card stock. This will attach to the right edge of the cover. I started with ta cover with a single […]
Weapons of Choice: EDCN & Thunderbird 2 I’m pretty sure the original owner bought this CD Stomper kit, cut off the UPC code and sent that in for a rebate. Remember when practically everything you bought at Frys’ Electronics had a Rebate Offer that required you to send in the UPC code from the product […]
Weapon of Choice: “Thunderbird 2” 1968 Montgomery Ward Signature 440T #B8860433 First EDCN to give away gets the blue marbled paper that was lining the envelope of T.C.’s stationery. Repurposed as the inner cover. I ended up deciding to send this one to T.C. because of course. Life Goals: Personal Backyard Tiki Bar. Second EDCN […]
Weapon of Choice: “Cadwallader” 1963 Olympia SM7 #2335640
Paper System of Choice: Munk’s EDCN “Every Day Carry Notebook V.2” Weapon of Choice: “Thunderbird 2” 1968 Montgomery Ward Signature 440T #B8860433 Back Cover Right Edge, protected by Pen Loop. Pen Loop sized for Sakura Pigma Micron drafting pens. Left (back) edge, protected by Tyvek spine cover. Open writing position, cover folded behind. Interior divider […]