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13 Ways Of Looking at a Post-It Note

It’s the best-designed “thinking tool” in history. What could it tell us about designing software?

“Sticky Note Therapy” by Phil Roeder

What’s the best “tool for thought”?

I write a lot about cognition and technology, so I think about this a ton. I’ve always loved Howard Rheingold’s coinage of “tools for thought” — pieces of tech that help us…

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Clive Thompson

Clive Thompson

I write three times a week about tech, science, culture — and how those collide. Writer for NYT mag/Wired; author of “Coders” and “Smarter Than You Think”

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