Busy. Busy.

Looks like I need a 5th card coffin.

Quick notes: I did an interview this week with Mark Wilson (who is amazing) over at Fast Co.Design about Indexed and how I work and think and so on. You can read it here.

Also, my new book, How to be Interesting, is launching soon and that’s exciting. Here‘s a bit about it—it will have its own blog shortly. I’ll be sure to keep you (ahem, pun ahead) posted.

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9 Responses to Busy. Busy.

  1. Coral says:

    Reminds me of Dexter’s boxes of slides…..

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  3. Justin says:

    Jessica, I love your blog. It’s one of my favorite things I follow online. I’ll definitely read the article and check out your book.

  4. I think you should consider a special edition collection of your cards – not in book form, but rather sell card coffins of your cards.

  5. Sarah says:

    Awesome interview! Somewhere a librarian is drooling at the prospect of organizing your cards.

  6. patrick says:

    Jessica, Your blog is great. I regulalry share it. Your notecard coffins made me think of one thing – bookbinders, specifically artistbook binders. There are some artists out there that would love the chance to bind them up in some incredible way.
    some amazing ideas: Penland Book of Handmade Books

  7. hamstap85 says:

    You are the slowest most prolific consumer of index cards ever.

  8. LadyPoetess says:

    Ah, that’s a much better idea than the folder my own card-blog-cards are currently residing in. I think I’ll need to find one of those, myself!

  9. Bill says:

    Congratulations! Love your index cards – keep ‘em coming!

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