My name is Kate. I like cool things. I like to share cool things I find on the internet with my friends (who I think are pretty cool, too).
In particular, I like graphic design, sewing, reading, and feminist and environment type things, so expect posts to be in that vein. Every once in a while, though, I stumble across other things I find interesting and will be posting those too.
With more than 100 million users worldwide, Twitter has over the recent years not only become a phenomenon, but a widely accepted tool to send short message to each other. Just like when we text each other on the phone, but visible to anyone. Amidst all this, Post-It celebrates 30 years in the business. What initially was considered a failed adhesive turned into maybe the most famous little piece of paper in history. Post-It became the standard for small, short messages and was used both between people and in public spaces, for anyone to see. Vintage Twitter is a loving homage to Twitter, with a reminder that the short message is not a new invention. The box, consisting of 500 Post-It notes (or vintage tweets) and a small pencil, was handed out at Disruptive Code, a conference for web developers in Stockholm, during autumn 2010.