Product Hunt Daily Digest
May 12th, 2020

The Office vs. Slack
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Newsflash: you aren’t a diehard fan of The Office until you join this Slack channel. 🤜🤛

MSCHF just launched an ambitious project where every single episode of The Office will roll out on Slack in succession. Each day from 9 am to 5 pm ET you can get your fix of office antics while you work from home.

“Ever since The Office aired, the nature of work and office culture has changed drastically – a lot of which is centered around the way we use technologies. Given that, we are recreating all 201 episodes of The Office in Slack, and yes we went through every episode by hand and rewrote them to make sense in Slack,” says the maker Daniel Greenberg.

It takes a village to make this project work, and Daniel recruited a group of MSCHF loyalists to participate and bring Scranton to life. So far over 11,000 people have joined the Slack community with numbers growing every hour.

A bit of background on MSCHF, as their name implies they are usually up to something. They drop a mystery box every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 11 am EST and many of those gems end up on Product Hunt.

Here are some of their popular drops:

Boomer Email gives you a weekly dose of unhinged email chains sourced from anonymous boomers for your guiltless enjoyment

Bull & Moon recommends stocks for you based on your astrological star sign

Branded Books took four classic novels and remixed them to include brands that are popular now like Casper, Zola, Netflix and Apple

Looking forward to their next drop on Product Hun in a few weeks. 😏
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