The Pock-it is a take off on the Post-it from designers Ayda Anlagan, Paul Blease, and Pu Tai. How it took three people to come up with the idea is a mystery to me. It's basically a Post-it that has sticky on the two adjacent sides, creating a little pocket to put things in. The only problem is the size. What else can you fit in there besides a business card or some other piece of paper? Unless it's big enough to hold a peanut butter and banana sandwich, it's useless to me.
Trapped in Suburbia, an Amsterdam design firm, came up with this "Play More" concept, which is regular notebook paper on one side, but printed to resemble sports balls on the other. Cuuute! Now I'm not saying I wouldn't get anything done at work if I had sports ball paper wad... / Continue →
This is a video made by Eepybird (the guys that do the Diet Coke and Mentos geysers) entitled 'The Sticky Note Experiments'. It was made using 280,951 Post-Its stuck together to form Slinkies (that's over a quarter million for those of you that like your numbers in fractio... / Continue →
The Mobile Notetaker attaches to the top of any pad of paper and digitizes your notes for download to a computer later (and translated to editable text). It can store up to 50 standard pages of notes or doodles, and costs $170. It's aimed at solving the same problem of analog... / Continue →