Did Staples expect this with the easy button? by Jessica Hodges
Working for the company who started the “Ditch the Easy Button” Campaign, we’ve always been interested in what customers did with their staples easy button or even what it inspired them to do. I’ve spent ample time going through google search results and here are some of the best:
Changing the recording from That was easy! to That was easy! NOT or That was Cheesy!
You can see those here.
The garage door opener seemed pretty popular too:
Learn how to do this here
So those ones are inventive, but did staples expect any of these other things?
Doggie Training Tool
[via Dog Channel]
Easy Button Musical Interface
This one is extreme. From Instructables, “It alllows cheap buttons to be created that each send a keyboard character as input to a program. In addition, the proceeds of easy button sales go to the Boys and Girls Club of America.” (I like that charity part, that’s nice.) Not sure exactly how it works/what it does, so read about it on their site.
Company Custom Easy Buttons?
I guess it’s a good marketing idea. Buzline, “corporate logo trinket maker,” will now sell easy buttons, custom for your company! Plug them in to your USB and when you press them they go to that site! Neat neat. Minimum order quantity is 50.
Batman and The Easy Button
Basically a movie that doesn’t make any sense but lego animation is reallly cool looking. Thanks Eric
Christian T shirt
Let’s end on a good note.
Thank you staples for the easy button, it has provided some great entertainment over the last few years.