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Knock Knock, which makes humorous paper products, has come up with the perfect gift for those who are too analog to have discovered Twitter: Paper Tweets.
It's also not a bad backup idea for when the inevitable fail whale emerges.
So, we thought it would be fun to see what you, the readers, could do with a pad like this. Here's the info on where to send your paper tweets.
Here's one idea from CNET Editor in Chief Scott Ard, which comes in the wake of Prince's pronouncement that the Internet is kind of played out.
Here's a blank Paper Tweet so you can try out your idea and e-mail or fax it in to us. See slide No. 2 for the details.