Measure your unanswered email in kilobytes with an analogue dial

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There's a defusing aspect to email management: as emails pile up, it becomes less and less likely that you'll actually read or respond to them all, until a critical mass is achieved, guaranteeing that you'll just say "fuck it" and not read or respond to any of them. The object of email management is always to defuse it before that point.

This email clock attempts to help you manage your email by gauging it on an analog dial corresponding to kilobytes. It's neat, but if you get a lot of attachments in your email, the hands of this clock are going to spin fast enough to convert a digit into pureed slurry.

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