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New 06:39
morning
New 06:46
good morning
New 06:46
...though it is after noon here
New 08:41
good aftrnoon
New 08:42
... though it's 6:42am here
New 08:45
quater to four here, PM
New 09:51
Ole, got a Midori cotton paper.... It's in the mail... will let you know how it is
New 10:12
wow! very nice - congrats
New 10:13
funny to see that. I just came here to make a similar announcement. lol
New 10:16
a few minutes ago I ordered there Gnatural papers from them in 100 sheet boxes. 36gsm cotton, 60gsm cotton, and 100gsm wood.
New 10:17
the wood is laid pattern which is hard to get these days. Everything is wove.
New 10:19
Laid is traditional, and the most common, in hand made papers. You can't do the real thing on a fourdrinier, but it's possible on a rotary machine. Modern ones are just dandy roll, like watermarks.
New 10:48
Oh neat!
New 10:49
I'm looking forward to your review
New 10:50
The wood is "normal" paper isn't it?
New 10:53
lol yes wood is "normal"
New 10:55
By the way, you thought cotton was soft. Well you're right in common book papers for letter press. See this: http://bookcollecting.wordpress.com/...-vs-wood-pulp/
New 10:56
ok, nap time - back in a bit
New 10:59
I have had sort of crisp paper made of cloth or cotton
New 11:00
I don't know if I can get my favorite paper anymore, but similar qualities are available
New 11:00
modern cotton paper is also mostly made of "linters" as opposed to "lint", which is rags. Linters are secondary and smaller fibers on the cotton seed.
New 11:04
New 11:05
hard to find these days, and I don't know who makes it
New 11:06
I shall have to test Crown Mill too
New 11:06
Rodia is a bit thin sometimes
New 11:08
I like wood pulp paper too though, some are better than others though
New 11:39
Thanks for the link!
New 14:31
arrow, I can see why you are attached to that paper mill. It's very old and a beautiful piece of history in your home town. http://agm.no/historikk/
New 14:32
So the stopped production there in 1981, but as far as I can see the brand is now made in the Netherlands.
New 14:33
Norwegian Wikipedia says this: "Alvøens finpapir og «bøttepost 1797» leveres fortsatt til norske kunder. Fra 1981 av produseres spesialitetene etter avtale på en hollandsk papirfabrikk. "
New 14:47
found this too: 80gsm all rag paper, $80 per ream: http://www.kontorpluss.no/papirvarer...04-p0000010493
New 19:18
I like the Midori Cotton paper. I use pads of it and the matching envelopes for letters. I wish they made A5 notebooks with it though
New 19:40
Thanks for letting me know
New 19:45
Now the wait starts