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05 February 2008

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Mark Hadfield

Good post, Charlie. As you know I was initially quite excited when mine turned up. But the proof is in the pudding. A few people have came over to my desk and asked what it's all about. I've told them, they're excited, look at the stuff and then walk away.

Like you I'm going to use the functional items - but also like you I'm looking for homes for the non-functional things.

You see - I'm thinking of this matter box in a similar vein to 'favours' at weddings. To me they sort of have to have a function in order for you to relate to them on a regular basis. So whilst the badge is nice (but 6 months old) and top trumps ok - i won't use them.

As you said though - this is where the learning begins. I'm looking forward to filling out the feedback and helping it improve.

fosta

hey, i'm hoping my box is waiting for me at home, i could kill for some cereal right now

claire gates

I quite enjoyed opening it all, although now looking back on it, perhaps some of the stuff will end up in drawer.

Oh well. At least it wasn't a mousemat and a keyring.

Rob

I concur, Mr Gower. Thought it might be good to put together some thoughts on making the thing better too...

http://robmosley.typepad.com/weblog/2008/02/matter.html

Dan

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE

could i have
the wii wristband and the sony erricson toy n the play dohh .... Thanks

Dan

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