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Jason W. Womack, MEd, MA

I first saw this demonstrated as a TEDTalk (google THAT amazing conference if you have an extra 10 minutes to be inspired!).

For me, it's not so much the "actual" of what they are doing...I am fascinated by the people who look at what is currently accepted (and in the case of a flat screen/monitor, EXPECTED) and say:

NO! We're going to do something different!

That's motivating to me...

Christopher Scott

I think it's really cool, but I don't see how you can see what the file is before you open it. You can see if the file is a PDF, JPG, Word Doc, but I don't see where it tells you the name of the document.

Maybe I just missed something, besides that I love it!

Jodi Womack

How fun! I couldn't stop laughing. Is this REAL or a spoof on "productive workspaces." Looks as functional as an online character doing yoga for you!


Only missing one physics-enabled object: the INBOX! Ha. "Tidy Pile" just doesn't cut it. Give me three walls any day.

Jeroen Sangers

As a new 'desktop' for the OS, I find it horrible, as I still like to keep my desktop clean, and not like the examples shown.

As a 'workspace', this looks very promising, as it feels more natural to work with objects this way. The biggest problem I see is also the biggest problem of the physical equivalent: finding stuff within your piles.

Mike S.

The iconization by file type is artificial and irrelevant.

I want to be able to iconize by project, not by file type!

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