Here’s yet another way to put old and unwanted keyboards to good use, known as the Chia Keyboard. Alternatively, when placed on a colleague’s workdesk after he/she is gone for some time due to a holiday, it could give the illusion of being away longer than expected with tendrils of plants growing all over. Somewhat reminds us of “The Ruins” movie that had a poison ivy with a life of its own. You will need some deft hands to get this going since the moisture trap will need to be built using toothpicks, while Saran wrap was used to get the seeds to germinate.
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