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May 17, 2011

A workspace that fits in a thimble. Well, a corner.

via m.lifehacker.com

I find stuff like this so compellingly simple and yet gawkily butt-ugly. The concept is brilliant, the fake wood-tone scarringly awkward. A rare combo.


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