Fine Conversations with 1857

Fine Conversations with 1857

My favorite companions for when I'm making notebooks, the 1857 Podcast, were kind enough to have me on for a chat.

The conversation went in MANY directions, and I gave some behind-the-scenes into Dapper Notes, a list of things I like (and some that I enjoyed less this year), plus lots of other fun tidbits.

Listen to my conversation with 1857 wherever podcasts are found.



The following are the full show notes from this episode of 1857:

Baron Fig Fanatics Pen
Baron Fig Erasable Pen(cil)
Dapper Pad
Rexel 2H
Blackwing 16.2
Field Notes Autumn Trilogy
Inside Number 9
The Crown
Arab Indie Spotify Podcast
Christmas Classics
Blood & Chocolate
The Daily
Lisey's Stories - Stephen King
Genizah at the House of the Shepher - Tamar Yellin
Name of the Wind - Patrick Rothfuss
Lee Child
Books of the Year Podcast
Kingkiller Chronicles
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams
David Baldacci - Zero Day
Seneca Letters
Old Fashioned Cocktail
Narwhal Tusk Hero
Akrotiri Walk
Dapper Notes
TJ's Video on Leadholders
Faber Castell TK9400
The Rest of the Owl Subreddit
Dapper Notes Videos
A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting On Existence - Roy Anderson
Dapper Notes Metrics & Graphs
Start Today Edition

7 Minutes
Governors Island
Street Photography by Enon
CW Pencils

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Wood & Graphite Patreon
1857 Merch!
1857 Cassette Infomercial
1857 Season 1 Cassette Tape!

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Why we say "Goodbye Dave" & "Hello Meg"
Listener Dave only likes the pencil chat, so turns off the podcast when we reach the topic. TJ's fiance Megan only likes the topic, and skips the pencil chat. When we transition from chat to topic, we bid adieu to some listeners, and welcome others.

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