Google in the kitchen…search results on your tea towel

by Elyse on January 13, 2009

I think these Google Tea Towels created by Thomson & Craighead on craftzine.com are a very novel idea. They have created them printed with generic (but authentic) searches returned to a user when the criteria, ‘Please Help Me’, ‘Is Anybody there?’, ‘Please listen to me’ and, ‘Can you hear me?’ were entered into the search field, while using Google in Netscape 4.7 on Mac OS 9.2 or Netscape 6 on Windows 98.

The great thing about it is that as the person uses the tea towel to wash the dishes they are probably bored and so will most likely read what they are holding.

It would be a great way for internal communications within the marketing department; you could print new tea towels each month with the target keyword search.

To enquire about custom printed tea towels email enquiries@jempp.com.au or call (02) 8205 1334.

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