Friday, November 20th, 2009

What’s in your #dailyarsenal?

Rhodia to go

Image courtesy of Flickr member Margaret Mendel

I recently found out about the #dailyarsenal on Twitter. Allow me to first explain what the “#” is all about. Placing a “#” before a keyword or phrase on Twitter allows people to track a particular subject, and the combination of the “#” and the keyword when used together is called a hashtag. These hashtags can be searched through most Twitter portal applications, (I use iTweet) and also through Twitter itself.  Read an excellent article explaining the in’s & out’s of hashtags on Mashable.

That said, I noticed that a few of my fountain pen friends had started to use the #dailyarsenal hashtag to describe what “tools” they placed into use for the day.

For example, I just Twitted the following: “Today in my #dailyarsenal EF Lamy Accent #fountainpen filled with Diamine Presidential Blue and a Rhodia 4 subject book & a jar of peanuts”

That allows anyone searching for #dailyarsenal to see what items a person is using on that particular day, because if you are like me, that’s how you find out about all the best toys….

Soooooooo… what’s in your #dailyarsenal for today?


8 thoughts on “What’s in your #dailyarsenal?

  1. A fresh Clairefontaine notebook since I just finished another one. 5 fountain pens. A fresh bottle of ink, either Herbin or Private Reserve, depending on pens and the moods of my characters. My lap desk. Journal 21 planner [next year I’m adding a pocket size Habana planner for my purse]. Basics Journal used as my phone log. Habana or Webbie if I’ll be needing to take notes.

  2. A fresh Clairefontaine notebook since I just finished another one. 5 fountain pens. A fresh bottle of ink, either Herbin or Private Reserve, depending on pens and the moods of my characters. My lap desk. Journal 21 planner [next year I’m adding a pocket size Habana planner for my purse]. Basics Journal used as my phone log. Habana or Webbie if I’ll be needing to take notes.

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