The Best Desk Toys Ever!

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Globe Pequot, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 128 pages
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The Best Desk Toys Ever is the first and most comprehensive guide ever to the phenomenon of the office workplace - a world of wind-ups, fall-downs, squeezies, gravity gadgets, kitsch, nostalgia novelties, and toys that defy any definition. Absolutely the perfect gift for executives with a little slack in their schedules, The Best Desk Toys Ever catalogs the finest time-wasting (read 'productivity-boosting') toys that have turned today's desktops into tomorrow's office playgrounds.
Organized by executive personality type, this book showcases only those toys worthy of consideration for the soon to be launched Desk Toy Hall of Fame.
Look inside for: an amazing array of gizmos, gadgets, widgets, squeezies, bouncies, floaties, sparkies, pinchies, and pokies; toys rated according to scientifically tested productivity-boosting time-wasting, status-enhancing, and exercise-inducing criteria; listings of merchants who can help you add to your own desk toy collection, until there will be no room for that pesky paperwork.
 

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Let me start this by providing some background. A good friend and co-worker gave me this book for my birthday. Now allow me a bit of a digression in this already digressive background. Among the many ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
21
Section 3
30
Section 4
33
Section 5
44
Section 6
47
Section 7
48
Section 8
49
Section 13
76
Section 14
79
Section 15
84
Section 16
93
Section 17
97
Section 18
98
Section 19
100
Section 20
111

Section 9
50
Section 10
66
Section 11
74
Section 12
75
Section 21
121
Section 22
123
Section 23
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About the author (2003)

San Francisco native Chuck Doyle currently lives and works in London, where he is a Lecturer at the Royal College of Art. His work ranges from film to installation art, graphic design to product design. In his spare time he is an obsessive collector of all things squishy.

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