Published on February 10th, 2012 | by Brian Greene18
Sticky Note Clock Face – But Why?
The other day when I was in NYC covering the Martha Stewart Home Office with Avery event at Staples I decided to meander around the area once it was over. I was glad I did this because I just so happened to come across the awesome Muji store on 8th Avenue. I have always heard good things about the variety of cool office supplies they had so I figured I would stop in to see what I could pick up. This was definitely an office supply geeks ultimate window shopping and browsing experience. The isles were filled with all kinds of cool office supplies and unique stationery items.
One of the things I picked up was this small pad of clock shaped sticky notes. As you can see above, the back of the package has some Japanese writing on it, however I have no idea what it says since I cant read Japanese. Is there anyone out there that can translate the Sticky Note Clock package for us here today?
The intent with the sticky note clock face was clearly to be able to draw in a pair of hands to indicate a specific time, but at the moment I’m drawing a blank as to why I’d actually use these. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure there are plenty of ways one COULD use them. I’m just not seeing a use for these at the moment, so maybe some of you have some ideas that you can share on how you would use some sticky note clock faces? Have at it in the comments because I’m either stumped or just plain stupid, both are likely scenarios though.
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