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Before the Internet existed there was that one game in Windows 98 operating system that made us a different kind of procrastinators glued to the screen. Evan Roth, an artist and founder of Graffiti Research Lab has brought back those procrastinating memories by designing a deck of cards exactly like Solitaire.

"A simple piece of software got us through the dark ages of computing before the Internet allowed us to waste company time more effectively. Now you can reconnect with this old friend on the other side of the computer screen." he says.

Roth first took permission from Microsoft to use Solitaire's deck designs for a tangible set of cards that can be bought for $20. Unfortunately Roth produced a limited edition of these cards and it wasn't surprising to know that these cards were sold off sooner than expected. But the good news is that there will be additional pieces available and in the meanwhile you can leave Roth a message who will make sure to notify you as soon as the cards are available.




























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