07. 19. 2005
Stick anywhere message boards
I think TackDots may have been specially made for my sister. She uses a sticky notes program on her computer, plus has the real post-its stuck to her monitor, and then a chalkboard and bulletin board on her wall, each of those with more post-its stuck to them. I guess it works, though, she's organized and does everything on time. Now she can tack reminders on the one place she hasn't been able to before: her body. TackDots are adhesive mini-bulletin boards with enough room for one or two little notes. Since they're adhesive, they're much more versatile than magnets as they can be used anywhere. Same thing as post-its, sure, but these can be left on the fridge or monitor and you can post notes even if you don't have sticky paper.
TackDots are $4.99 at Staples.
Another cool new Staples school supply:
The Wordlock- a combination lock that uses a word of your choosing instead of random numbers that no one can ever remember.