The Book Bench: Online Only: The New Yorker
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John Hodgman talks to The New Yorker about his writing process. It includes a notebook and of course a Mac...
Actual ideas come away from the desk, typically. While walking through the park or talking aloud in the shower. When water damage is not at issue, I will carry an actual Moleskine with me, because they are very handy, with their nice stiff backs, and I am a cliché.