Gizmodo called my attention to this fetching iPhone and iPad case by Moleskine. I'd been carrying Moleskin notebooks around for years -- until recently, when my little iPhone started appropriating all those tasks away from the multiple tools I carried around: pens, notebooks, GPS, calculator, iPod, camera, book, magazine, etc.
I have to applaud Moleskine, which has been around for two centuries now, for finding a way to make itself relevant to the tech crowd. The company's proud of claiming that Henri Matisse, Vincent Van Gogh, and Ernest Hemingway were loyal Moleskin users. Who would be the equivalent of those luminaries in the digital age? Steve Jobs is an obvious one. Mark Zuckerberg?