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Forget the espresso or upcoming line of fall fashions, this summer, the French have been all about the Post-Its.
For the past few months, a large group of French businesses people have been fighting what they've dubbed a "Post-It War," in which they attempt to one-up each other with small- and large-scale sticky note designs in their office windows.
The Post-It War website is taking submissions from around the world (though most are created in Paris), and continues to post examples of the new-found form of
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