Energy & Sustainability
Magnetic leaves turn your house into a greenhouse
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These magnetic leaves are a pretty nice ways to turn your fridge into a virtual forest of sorts. Just be sure that you keep them away from your digital devices otherwise they might erase your data and send you back to prehistoric times.

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10 thoughts on “Magnetic leaves turn your house into a greenhouse

  1. Way too expensive, but it might be a nice remake project, if you can figure out a good way to duplicate the leaves. As for erasing your hard-disk, no chance.

  2. I was reflecting on that data-threat issue recently as I bought a bag of 6 for $1 magnets at the MIT SwapFest. The rise of flash memory, as seen in USB keys and iPhones and now the MacBook Air, really eliminates the threat of data loss from magnets. As I tossed the magnets into my bag, my first thought was to check if I had any devices that might be damaged by them, but I immediately realised that all the electronics I had with me used non-magnetic data storage.

    If only our credit cards would catch up. ;)

  3. Um. Get a plant?

    This is Earth Day, so I felt compelled to say this. Why purchase a handful of plastic magnetic “leaves” to stick on your fridge? If you really want leaves, stick a plant on top of your fridge!

  4. ok both the blog post and the originating link are ridiculous!

    They both say in effect that a bunch of plastic leaves will help you to experience the outdoors.

    In terms of earth day… well is this a joke or something?

    like the poster two posts up says, GET-A-PLANT.

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