I was asked to take part in the ongoing Manchester Moleskine project – a single notebook passed around Manchester’s creatives, who each get a page to deface/enhance as they wish.

My entry was the entire source code of the Cornerhouse Scribbler application, along with one of the original back-of-an-envelope sketches. The idea was to ponder whether or not it counts as open-source if you write it down and stick it in a gallery. I vote yes.


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