A kindred post-it-note

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I was tickled to find the picture above in a link from the blog post below.

 

Image Sadly I lost the link to the blog — if it is yours, please let me know and I will add a link!  (Info added below about the source — thanks to you all!)

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7 Responses to A kindred post-it-note

  1. here it is http://martinsbioblogg.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/dagens-rekommendation-vetenskapsmormor/ 🙂 not mine, I just googled the first line of the text :), because I SO loved that note on the post-it. funny how we never see something like “can you explain it to your dad?”, ain’t it :)?

  2. mrtnj says:

    Hi!
    I wrote the blog post in question, but it’s pretty much only a link to this http://twitpic.com/40w9ai . I saw it on twitter once and loved it.

    Cheers,
    m.

  3. Reblogged this on Cata's Corner and commented:
    From Grandma Got STEM – Love the post it!!

  4. mrtnj says:

    I also feel I should clarify that it’s not my photo. I just linked to it. 🙂 It’s from http://twitpic.com/photos/jessiebennett

  5. Sam says:

    “Founded by MIT computer scientists in the late ‘90s, and acquired by Google in 2011, ITA Software is a leading provider of innovative solutions for the travel industry”
    http://www.itasoftware.com/careers/work-at-ita/index.html

    Not Evil exactly, but plenty thoughtless.

  6. wmualumnus says:

    3M (maker of Scotch tape, Post-It Notes, and sandpaper) is destroying our endangered, old growth forests and then misleading consumers with a fake eco-label: http://www.forestethics.org/3m-stop-destroying-forests

  7. This is really funny! I was looking for other STEM bloggers and found you in a Google search. 😉

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