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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Special Write Time at 9 with Brian Gray of Edison Pens, next week

Tuesday: Write Time Itinerary

We'd originally planned to keep Write Time on schedule this week. However, we've had a change of plans with family coming in for Thanksgiving, so we're going to cancel this week to spend time with family. Sorry if it causes any inconvenience!

We do have a special Write Time scheduled for next week though! Brian Gray of the Edison Pen Company is going to join us live via phone (ala Stephanie Smith) and talk about his custom pens, his awesome Urushi pen project and more! It'll surely be worth tuning in. Let me know if there's anything you want to ask him!

Thanks everyone for all of your support lately, Rachel and I have been really busting hump and honestly need this Thanksgiving break! We're going to stop from shipping out any orders until next week, thanks so much for your patience there.

Tomorrow, instead of a Write Time video post, we'll be posting our Ink Drop theme for December!! What do you think it will be?

12 comments:

  1. December theme: 2010 Favorites

    Inks: Everflo True Blue
    Noodler's Black Swan
    Noodler's #41 Brown
    J. Herbin 1670 (Rouge Hematite)
    Diamine Asa Blue

    Of course, the fact that one ink is an extremely limited LE and another is a highly in demand new release currently sold out makes this pretty unrealistic. Still, my guess is my guess.

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  2. In a way, that makes me happy. I thought I was going to miss 2 Write Times in a row (It's our anniversary tomorrow and, well, I'd be dead if I spent the night watching Write Time).

    I could see a "Best of..." for the Dec. Ink Drop, but I'm actually hoping for a holiday theme.

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  3. I like the 2010 favorites idea. I think it'll be Christmas themed with pretty reds and greens.

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  4. Christmas as a theme would be exclusionary (not to suggest Ink Drop must be completely inclusionary). That's the main reason why I strained as hard as possible to come up with a less orthodox guess.

    I also toyed with a Festivus theme, but I'm not sure we would appreciate getting a group of disappointing inks we have grievances about.

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  5. Good call on the Write Time for this week, Brian. I have been anxiously awaiting the Write Time with Brian Gray.

    Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  6. Fesitvus, I love it! Haha...that's not it, but what a fun guess. We could do a selection of dull grey inks to signify the bare aluminum pole LOL! Maybe I'll have to keep that one in mind for next year....

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  7. Looking forward to it! Thanks from one Brian G to another Brian G.

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  8. Fesitvus, I love it! Haha...that's not it, but what a fun guess. We could do a selection of dull grey inks to signify the bare aluminum pole LOL! Maybe I'll have to keep that one in mind for next year....

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  9. Looking forward to it! Thanks from one Brian G to another Brian G.

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  10. I like the 2010 favorites idea. I think it'll be Christmas themed with pretty reds and greens.

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  11. December theme: 2010 Favorites

    Inks: Everflo True Blue
    Noodler's Black Swan
    Noodler's #41 Brown
    J. Herbin 1670 (Rouge Hematite)
    Diamine Asa Blue

    Of course, the fact that one ink is an extremely limited LE and another is a highly in demand new release currently sold out makes this pretty unrealistic. Still, my guess is my guess.

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  12. Christmas as a theme would be exclusionary (not to suggest Ink Drop must be completely inclusionary). That's the main reason why I strained as hard as possible to come up with a less orthodox guess.

    I also toyed with a Festivus theme, but I'm not sure we would appreciate getting a group of disappointing inks we have grievances about.

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