Turning notebooks into iPads, Moleskine launched a new notebook collection that works with Livescribe Smartpens, allowing you to translate handwritten notes and sketches into digital form in real-time.
An avalanche of positive media coverage helped pre-orders sell out in just three days. Highlights included: Slate, Fast Company, Esquire, ArchDaily, Design Week, Dezeen, PSFK, designboom, Paste, HypeBeast, StupidDope, Brit + Co, Creative Bloq, and Dexigner.
Inside the pages of the iconic September issue of Vogue: Albertine, the French Embassy’s new bookshop and reading room opening in New York City in late September.
Check out the fantastic profile of Matter by TechCrunch TV as part of its new series Incubated, which takes in depth looks at popular startup accelerators to reveal how they differentiate from one another.
In the wake of Twitter last week revealing that African-Americans and Latinos account for less 9% of its global workforce, PKPR reached out to major media to secure interviews with digitalundivided founder Kathryn Finney, who was named a Champion of Change by the White House for her leadership in breaking down barriers in the tech industry.
Coverage so far has included a segment on NPR’s Marketplace, an interview with Businessweek, SocialTimes, and a profile in PandoDaily with the headline: “We can all complain about diversity in tech…or we can do something about it like Kathryn Finney.”
The New Yorker previewed this week’s Lowdown Hudson Blues Festival at Brookfield Place Plaza with the full-page opener in the Goings on About Town section.