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Getting Organized was Never This Much Fun

by Paul Strauss
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I was surfing around the recesses of the Interweb today, digging under rocks to bring you fun new stuff from around the globe, when I stumbled upon something that just jumped out and beat me over the head. Nope, they’re not particularly gadget-y or game-y, but when I saw these goofy little organizer tabs, I was so enamored that I had to write about ’em.

Created by Korea’s J’Story, these little removable tabs sit on the edge of your folders, documents or other papers, and help you keep organized.

The series includes a whimsical menagerie of characters including comical bears, rabbits, and little ninja dudes.

Aren’t they irresistable? As a matter of fact, I think they’re so cute I just might have to puke. The certainly beat those boring Post-It tabs that many of us have on our desks.

You can find the whole family over from Korea’s DCX for 1700 to 2500 Korean Won per pack (between $1.50 and $2.25 USD). Now you’ve just got to figure out a way to get them shipped here from the other side of the planet.



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