MoodBlurbs: Social Lubricant For Notebook Users Sitting At Starbucks

Posted: Dec 12 2005, 12:46pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:53pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

MoodBlurbs: Social Lubricant for Notebook Users Sitting at Starbucks
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MoodBlurbs are one of those low-tech product inventions that are kind of cool and could be mega successful - maybe.

I4U Reader Michelle R. explains MoodBlurbs like this:
"It attaches to your laptop and displays messages for you. Say, you are at the coffee shop and just updating your blogs. A hot chick in a tight sweater has been staring at you all afternoon but you had no idea because your nose was stuck inside your laptop. She did not want to interrupt the serious work you are doing, with these you can tell her its ok."
Michelle could have chosen a more real world example, but it explained well what MoodBlurbs are.A moodblurbs starter Package (holder and 8 moodblurbs) sells for $14.95 online at the moodblurbs site.

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