By Jennifer Abbasi / Graphic Nicolas Rapp
FORTUNE -- LinkedIn recently asked more than 7,000 members of its professional network in 18 countries about which office supplies they see going the way of the dodo in the next five years. Topping the list was the tape recorder. Roll over the graphic to see seven other habits and tools destined for extinction.
This story is from the November 12, 2012 issue of Fortune.
Poppin.com wants to do for staplers what Starbucks did for coffee: turn them into something people want, not just need.
By Jessica Shambora, writer-reporter
Do tape dispensers and hole punches need a makeover? According to Ken Seiff, founder of Bluefly.com, and venture capitalist Chris Burch who co-founded Tory Burch with his then-wife and is also behind Voss Water and the Jawbone, the answer is a resounding yes. Hence, Poppin.com, a sort of MOREFeb 2, 2011 5:00 AM ET
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