Blotter

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Blotter may refer to:

  • Blotting paper, used to absorb ink or oil from writing materials, particularly when quill or fountain pens were popular
  • Blotter (album), a 1996 album by the American band Nightstick
  • Blotter, a means of transporting and taking lysergic acid diethylamide (commonly known as LSD or acid) and other psychedelic compounds active in similarly low doses, by dipping it in blotting paper and allowing it to dry
  • Blotter. A term used to define a genre of music: "It's like blotter." Each instrument is represented like a hovering ball of energy and then drops to the ground spreading itself out much like liquid would; as each instrument drops they hit the bottom then blend together in slow motion. Blotter creates a sound that is neither sharp nor jarring. Band examples are: Hermano, Nebula (band), Kyuss
  • Police blotter, a daily record of arrests and other events at a police station
  • Blotter, the fourth track of the album Stone Sour by the band of that same name
  • Blotter, the tool used to show a user's recent actions on the Steam (software) community page.
  • Desk pad, a table protector used when work such as painting or writing would otherwise damage the table or desk