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These Twitter Sticky Notes Turn Mundane Memos into Low-Tech Social Media

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jan 30, 2013 • References: enfaserem.net and 1designperday
Even if you've never tweeted an ordinary detail about your day, it's more than appropriate to do so when you're using these Twitter Sticky Notes. Don't worry: what you write here won't affect your online reputation.

C├ęsar Santiago of En Fase Rem has created these pop culture post-its to look loosely like the Compose box when you're logged into Twitter on your computer's Internet browser. They have a blue border, a blank area that's made to resemble a speech bubble, the website's name, and a reminder to use 140 characters or fewer. You can print a template of these Twitter Sticky Notes and even add your personal avatar and username to the bottom, branding your brief memos as your own.

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