Much thanks to Melinda for taking the time to send us these kind words after winning one of the dotWebbies in a recent contest.
I am one of the lucky ones that “won” a dotWebbie on the Rhodia Drive giveaway. That was so fun to see my name as a winner; the only thing better is now I have it on my desk! Had I not won, I intended to purchase one. Now that I have seen it “live”, I know I’ll be buying more in the future. It’s perfect for me!
I started my obsession with paper products many years ago and collect it from all around the world. One of my first international buys was a Clairefontaine notebook in Paris. I continue to buy them there whenever I have the opportunity to visit that wonderful city.
Rhodia products rank up in the top 1% of my favorites, as well. I purchase them at our local art supply store, University Arts in Sacramento. They do not have a great selection so whenever I have the chance, I also purchase them at various stores in San Francisco and Berkeley. Can’t get enough!
Again, thank you so much for the gift!
A paper lover and then some!
Just got off the phone with Karen – the people’s request for a dotWebbie has been granted! It will contain the same off-white paper and will have pale gray dots. There was originally a discussion of using the white paper with violet dots, but when we asked, our fans responded loud and clear Continue Readering »
If you weren’t aware, the famed Rhodia Webnotebook (the “Webbie”) has gone through a few transformations over the years – in part to our fans giving us feedback and suggesting ways to make subtle improvements upon the design. Our friend Brian Goulet at the Goulet Pen Company recently wrote a detailed post on the history of the Webbie on his informative blog, Ink Nouveau. Click here to read Brian’s post about the Webnotebooks.