Recently, I was teased for bringing a 256MB SD card to a meeting. So what? At least it wasn’t a floppy disk. Since floppies are now considered antiques, and memory cards with limited storage are following close behind, there are all sorts of retro products created in memoir of poor old floppy. So far, we’ve found the Recycled Floppy Disk Notebook and Floppy Disk Shaped CDR.
Now we have Floppy Disk Sticky Notes that can only be owned by those who survived the dark ages of the 2000 switch, dot matrix printers, all the way back to playing Oregon Trail on the Commodore 64.
Sticky Note Floppy Disks Best Bits
- Very realistic!
- Original floppy disk design
- Pack of 3 colors: pink, yellow and grey
- 50 High quality sheets per pack
- Instant re-positionable sticky notes
These sticky notes have a way of catching the eye, because you just don’t see floppy disks lying around anymore. Some kids might even be baffled as to what these things are.
The size of each 3.5″ sticky note has “generous space” for jotting down messages, and you can’t beat the classic pink, yellow and grey colors.
The 3-pack of Floppy Disk Sticky Notes is available through Britain’s Gizoo for £7.49 and Think Geek for $9.99.
It reminds me that we also featured the SD Old School Photo Album, since real photo album books are starting to become uncool too.
Heh, this idea is VERY original! I want to get one!!!