“In writing, I have found a vessel for wisdom,” cried Thoth, the Egyptian God with the head of an ibis, mythological father of the written word and patron of science, as he announced his creation to King Thamos. Yet the King was not impressed: By relying on the written word, people will neglect their memory, he contended, declaring writing inferior to speech. Nevertheless, the written word prevailed and, as it has grown in complexity, so too have the tools used to write it. Read More
At the time of their market launch they were a minor sensation: For many years, over fifty percent of all promotional writing instruments had “frosted” surfaces. The designer of these “frosted” surfaces has now also created the new QS models from Prodir. Read More
Guess which heroin is represented by the third pen and win a canyoning tour for two with the SwissChallenge team in Ticino. All you need is a little courage, no fear of heights, a minimum age of 18 and some basic knowledge of fairy tales.
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