Boost your creativity with recorded background noise

06/26/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Background noise at a busy coffee shop registers at about 70 decibels -- the perfect level to stimulate creativity without causing distractions, researchers say. Cubicle-bound workers can harness that power, thanks to Coffitivity, a website that provides audio tracks of background noise from a busy coffee shop. "It helps you think outside the box," business professor Ravi Mehta says.

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