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  1. Entertainment

    We Are Totally Drooling Over These Hobbit Moleskines

    Okay, I don't usually go in for movie-branded gear around here, mostly because I'm no longer a six-year-old. It's among the many reasons that I'll be avoiding the inevitable and nightmarish gut-trauma that is one of Denny's Hobbit-themed meals this month -- that and an abiding respect for my colon. Every once in a while, though, there comes a product that, against our better judgment, we just have to say a resounding yes to. These Hobbit-branded Moleskine notebooks are such a product, combining my love of all things Middle-Earth and my deep and lasting appreciation of a fine notebook into an item about which I can only mutter a defeated "Shut up and take my money."

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  2. Tech

    Send Analog Text Messages With This Catapult Moleskine Notebook

    Once nearly extinct, the Moleskine notebooks have not only survived but thrived. In fact, the humble black notebook spawned many new species, including this little fellow that uses the iconic black elastic cord as a catapult to launch analog text messages up to 17 feet away. It's fun, functional, and delightfully anachronistic.

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  3. Gaming

    Charming Pac-Man Moleskine Marketing Video is Charming

    We know that this is a video made by Moleskine in order to advertise their Pac-Man 30th anniversary edition notebooks. But... it's stop motion, and has all the right sound effects, and reminds us of this dude, and... Wakkawakkawakkawakka? (via Kotaku.)

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  4. Geekolinks

    Geekolinks: 9/25

    Pac-Man is Moleskine (Kotaku) Miyamoto Wants to Make A Rubik's Cube? (Eurogamer) This Deer Made Out of Typewriter Parts is Adorable, Actually (Jeremy Mayer) Hello Kitty R2-D2 (Google News) Mark Zuckerberg on Oprah (Cindy W) Avengers Hulk Will Be Mo-Cap (Blastr) Samus and the Colossus (David-Hsu-Yen) (pic (click to embiggen) via Wondermark.)

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