When your done you'll have a lightweight, semi-portable, semi-hip way to hang up all the extra papers lying around - or bacon adhesive bandages as the case may be.
This project is based upon something I saw in a museum gift shop which closely resembled this. But why pay money for what you can build yourself and customize to you own needs?
Step 1: Gather Materials
1. Steel cable - I picked up about 8 feet of 1/8" steel cable from the hardware store at about 18 cents a foot. You can use thicker steel cable - but unless your going to be suspending a whole lot of paper (more than a couple hundred pounds worth) the 1/8" braided cable is fine.
2. Magnets - I had some old magnets lying around that I use as grill connectors on speakers so I just used those. If you want to buy some nice magnets that would work well you can get some at http://www.kjmagnetics.com/. They offer a whole bunch of different types of neodymium magnets from 6 cents a piece up to 1 dollar a piece. Any disc magnet around a 1/16" to 1/8" thick will have plenty of holding power for a regular paper. If you plan on going through some heavier stock or want to hang some larger objects it would be best to get a bigger magnet - at around 1/4" they start getting really strong.
3. Cable clamps - These are available where the cable is sold in the hardware store and you should get the size that fits your cable. I got 1/8" clamps for 1/8" cable.
4. Screw Eyes - The screw eyes also come from the hardware store and are just your basic screw eyes for wood. 1/4" x 1.5" screw eyes are plenty strong if your hanging them in wood. If your walls are drywall or plaster you should pick up some plugs for the screw eyes and sink them in first so they have something to grab on to.