Sticky E-Notes Could Put The Nail in Paper's Coffin

Sticky E-Notes Could Put The Nail in Paper's Coffin

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Taryn Williford
Nov 4, 2008
If you saw our post about 8 Cool Organizer Tools to Print For Free, you know we feel that some tried-and-true paper goods should never be tossed in favor of a paperless office. We saw some cool calendars, planners and even a CD case and a wallet all printed onto regular paper. So when we found this concept for E-notes, thin 'sheets' that can be used and reused as sticky notes (presumably using Esquire Magazine's famous E-Ink technology), we wondered if sticky notes are better destined for the 'better on paper' category... From the minds at Sequoia Studio, E-note is a conceptual project that explores the future of Post-its (insert legal copyright here). E-note uses tactile and flexible electronic paper technology, powered by a solar captor. E-note can be stuck, and unstuck easily using special “Gecko” glue, inspired by biomimicry. It even has a visual alarm/organizing function, changing from 1 of 8 colors. Video explaining how to use E-notes here.
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