Whether it’s via Twitter or Facebook, users are obsessed with tracking and sharing their activities online. As a result of this social messaging activity of updating your "status," users have become more aware of their friends’ thoughts and discoveries, which can be insightful—or information overload.
Since the question "What are you doing?" has become such a hit on the Internet, creative director Burak Kaynak, together with Cem Has, took that concept and made it more personal. They designed the ‘Status Calendar,’ which is a calendar that simply asks you to write the answer to the question, "What are you doing today?"
I think it’s a pretty neat idea to keep traditional paper calendars current with this digital age.
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