Who hasn’t watched “The Office?” The NBC mockumentary has become a must-watch show on big screen TVs and laptops throughout the country. It seems that everyone loves watching the exploits of characters like Michael, Dwight and Pam at their paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
The immense popularity of the show inspired us to give you a few ways to turn your desk or office into one like the tv show! Using only your iPhone or iPod and your idox Traveler Series case and stand, you can bring “The Office’s” quirks right to your own desk.
The Office Quirk #1—Dwight’s Bobbleheads
Currently, Dwight has 4 bobbleheads on his desk in Scranton. You’re probably especially familiar with the bobblehead of himself featured in the opening credits. Now, using your idox Traveler series stand and the Bobblehead App, you can add your own, personalized bobbleheads to your desk!
The Office Quirk #2—Michael’s Union Jack Flag
Since the original tv series, The Office, was made in the UK, Manager Michael Scott has a Union Jack Flag on his desk. It’s a small way the show pays homage to the original series. Watch your very own Union Jack sway in the office breeze with Union Jack for iPhone. Set your flag in your idox Traveler Series case and place it on your desk to see how many co-workers will attempt a British accent.
The Office Quirk #3—Jim & Pam
The Office characters Jim and Pam are easily one of America’s favorite couples. Fans of the show followed their relationship from an office romance, to a wedding at Niagara Falls and then witnessed the birth of their first child. While the idox Traveler Series can’t turn you and a co-worker into the next Jim & Pam, ladies, it can hold your boyfriend for you. Create your own office romance with the Virtual Boyfriend app. Choose your own boyfriend, or turn your real one into an avatar, and prop him up on your desk to keep you company all day long.
There are a plethora of other apps based on “The Office,”— from quizzes to a “That’s What She Said” button. We’re just wondering if the folks at the Scranton Office would be interested in expanding from paper sales into, say, travel-friendly iPod and iPhone cases…