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Eepy Bird takes on Stickynotes

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Eepy Bird Extreme Stickynotes Finally, an appropriate use for the stickynote decks that are collated by the devil. Usually these fan-stuck notes are an anathema to rapid and fluid stickynote sessions. But trust the folks at Eepy Bird to make lemons out of lemonade.

Admire the flowing, colorful goodness at eepybird.com.

Update: Even better than the eepybird site is the Vimeo video. The similar videos include the How We Did It which is pretty cool. Clearly, we should all buy 3M stock now. Every jr. high school class will be making these.

It’s the best of both worlds

Tuesday, August 26th, 2008

Okay folks, it’s time for when ninjas meet stickynotes, the crafty edition.

Just found this project on instructables.com. It’s the perfect short and sweet craft project for sticky-note ninjas everywhere. I gotta make me a few of these babies:

Transforming Post-it Note Star  Transforming Post-it Note Star

This is an 8 point ninja star that you can make out of any 8 pieces of square paper (Post-it notes are just convenient and about the right size)

These sure-as-shuriken will come in handy with group activities.

What a difference word spacing makes…

Monday, August 25th, 2008

The first domain I registered was stickyninja.com. I also had stickyninja as an IM status. Then Lane mentioned that maybe that phrase didn’t have the meaning that I intended. Since then I’ve pretty much started calling things stickynoteninja just to make it clear.

Sticky Ninja Stars

But these make me reconsider. There are a lot of benefits to being a sticky ninja. I think I’ll get some of these to give to others who follow the path.

Welcome to stickynoteninja.com

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

Hello, stickynote ninjas! The blog is finally up and running. It’s been simmering in my headspace for almost a year, so it’s great to see it out in the world.

The purpose of the site is to collect and share great resources for stickynotes: tips, tools and products that support the use of stickynotes for collaboration, facilitation and for getting things done.

The more I use notes at work, in organizations that I participate in and in my community volunteer work, the more committed I become to their transformative power. Join the stickynote ninja party!