A British design group has made it its mission to ‘get creativity flowing again’, according to a spokeswoman, by encouraging creatives to waste even more time in the office than they do already. Cardiff-based Production Line has designed and produced the Procrastinator – a Palm Pilot-sized jotter pad with prompts, for those spare moments between client meetings and boozy lunches. For example, it invites people to create new words and join selections of random dots. The ‘Complete Waste of Time’ is available on-line at firebox.com.
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