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In my second set of giveaways in celebration of World Fountain Pen Day, I will be giving away two boxes of notebooks and writing tablets as listed below. These are all new, though a few show some cover wear from being lugged around and stored in boxes when I moved. Drawings will be held on November 7 (Fountain Pen Day, naturally). International entries welcome, though I will probably ship slow boat :)

 

No purchases, no advertisements, just enter using this link: http://ktxc.to/win-notebooks (scroll to the bottom for code and entry form)

Also: if you missed the INK SAMPLES giveaway notice, you can enter until November 7. See the full post.

Notebook & Paper Pack Giveaway Box #1

  • Ampad Gold Fibre Premium Writing Pad (5x8 in)
  • Black & Red Hard Cover Spiral Bound (8.x11 in)
  • Claire & Cavallini Paris Notebook (4x5.5 in)
  • Clairefontaine Staplebound, ruled (6x8 in)
  • Doane Paper Grid+Lines Utility Notebook (5x7 in)
  • Field Notes Orange on Yellow
  • Field Notes standard brown
  • G. Lalo Verge de France Ivory Writing tablet (A4, 8.25x11.75 in.)
  • Kokuyo Campus A, 7mm rule (B5, 7x10 in)
  • Markings Leatherbound (3.5x5.5 in)
  • Muji utility notebook 6mm rule + light grid (B5, 7x10 in)
  • The Pocket Dept. "Backpack", blank (6x6 in)
  • Top Flight Earthbound recycled composition book
  • Vintage WriteRight Stenographer's Notebook
  • Whitelines Hardbound (8x5 in)
  • Writers Blok Cahier, dot grid (7.5 x 10 in)


Notebook & Paper Pack Giveaway Box #2



  • Alfabet Keep it Green recycled journal, gridded (5.75x7.75 in)
  • Ampad Gold Fibre Premium Writing Pad (5x8 in)
  • Claire & Cavallini Paris Notebook (4x5.5 in)
  • Clairefontaine Triomphe writing tablet, ruled (A5, 8.25x5.75 in)
  • Contech Hard(ish) cover composition book
  • Doane Paper Grid+Lines Utility Notebook (5x7 in)
  • Field Notes Green on Yellow
  • Field Notes standard brown
  • G. Lalo Verge de France Champagne writing tablet (A5, 8.25x5.75 in)
  • Gallery Leather Pocket Notes, ruled (3.25x6 in)
  • Kokuyo Campus A, 7mm rule (B5, 7x10 in)
  • Michael Roger DeComposition composition book
  • Moleskine cahier (9.75x7.5 in)
  • Moleskine Cahier, vinyl-like cover, ruled (5x8.25 in)
  • Muji utility notebook 6mm rule (B5, 7x10 in)
  • Paperluxe Monologue Hardbound, ruled (5.75x8.25 in)
  • Piccadilly Medium Primo journal, ruled (5x7 in)
  • Rhodia Staplebound, ruled (6x8 in)
  • The Pocket Dept. "Backpack", blank (6x6 in)
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And I've signed up already for your daily posts (which are actually kinda neat, for those who don't get them).

Thanks for doing this

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

 

PS -- Anyone know if there's going to be a writing/drawing contest like the last couple of years?

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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      Even so, you'd end up with a fragmented list, and it becomes an O(N²) process for each prospective requestor to check what is available: effectively recreate the list of currently active servers (without any reliable up-to-date info upfront about the inks and number of samples on offer in the thread) from the sequential list of posts, which may be spread over two or even more pages, and then query each server independently to check what is currently on offer.   It comes down to not hav
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      I read your idea as getting willing givers to publicly register as members of a set of heterogenous servers, in a system in which a client would explicitly select an available server from a list, to which he/she will then send a request privately and asynchronously. Request handling in the system is unmanaged, and individual requests are handled by the targeted servers completely independently on each other. I think the model is fine, although there are some operational concerns you may want to
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