Monday, June 4th, 2012

Guest post from journalist Andrew Steadman

Stephanie

“I’m a journalist (currently working for the Jersey Journal) who uses Rhodia notepads exclusively while on the job.  It took me a while to figure out exactly what worked best for me, but I believe I’ve found it: the spiral-bound Rhodia No 13 with graph paper.  Considering how much writing I do on a daily basis, it’s crucial that I have a notebook that perfectly fits my needs.  I go through the books pretty fast — I’ve attached a photo of the notebooks I’ve used recently, with the four on the right being Rhodias.”

Andrew mentioned that he thought his story might make an interesting post because he hadn’t noticed very many journalists online talking about the notebooks they use.

Are you a journalist or do you know one? Share this post around if you can – perhaps we can spur a little discussion on favorite paper among journalists.

Image and article courtesy of Andrew Steadman.

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2 thoughts on “Guest post from journalist Andrew Steadman

  1. I have a couple of Rhodia notebooks and a Webbie. They’re premium-priced, which I don’t mind for my personal use. But my newspaper is in hyper-retrenchment mode and would never pay for Rhodia notebooks – and I don’t plan to subsidize my employer. I probably wouldn’t use a premium notebook for news reporting anyway.

  2. I have a couple of Rhodia notebooks and a Webbie. They’re premium-priced, which I don’t mind for my personal use. But my newspaper is in hyper-retrenchment mode and would never pay for Rhodia notebooks – and I don’t plan to subsidize my employer. I probably wouldn’t use a premium notebook for news reporting anyway.

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