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Gui Magnets Are Sticky Little Helpers


GUIMagnets are small, flexible magnets with GUI objects on them that you can use for fun or to aid you in your website design.

Ostensibly they can be used to create a “website on a whiteboard” but that bit of copy should probably be changed to “website on a magnet board” because if you’re like me, you just tried sticking a magnet to a whiteboard as a test, and it fell on the floor.

Buy a set (41 magnets) for €20 (about $30) which is a crazy amount of money for magnets, OR buy 5 sets for €90 (about $180) because you have a tree that grows money in your living room, and a lot of refrigerators that need to be embellished. Then again, if you really are using them for work purposes, I guess you could try expensing them. Good luck explaining that one to the boss.

[via GeekAlerts]

Comments (1):

  1. masse says:

    Magnetic Pole Identifier is a great tool for identifying the poles of magnets. A small magnet is painted on both ends and is suspended, free to rotate, in a plastic housing. The blue end of the magnet is the North pole and will point toward the South pole of other magnets. The red end is the South pole and will point toward the North end of another magnet.

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