In one of those lazy web-browsing afternoons, I stumbled onto Fast Company’s site with the post “Stream These Coffee Shop Sounds to Boost Your Creativity,” which opens with:
There’s a reason that so many telecommuters choose to work in coffee shops instead of their living rooms: working in moderately loud environments where noise levels reach approximately 70 decibels (like coffee shops) breeds creativity, according to research that we first wrote about last year. A new website called Coffitivity reproduces those ambient sounds for all the office and home workers who can’t make it to a real coffee shop.
So now you are able to read this week’s delightful array of offerings of magnetic poetry with the backdrop of the sounds of a cafe. Enjoy.
Jane, “If God Should Die”
Kat, “No Peace”
Crow, “repulsive madness”
Deb, “Longing for Summer”
Merril, “Earth at Peace”
Leara, “When Blood Ceases to Flow”