Gotta love Fridays. Have a good weekend everyone. Go have yourself a slice of pie.
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Since today is international talk like a pirate day, I thought this would be appropriate to revisit:
Have a great weekend!
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Uncool image theft?
Not sure but I thought the original source was the funniest graph website ever: http://graphjam.com/
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@BellevueMan – maybe, but i’m sure they got the image from somewhere without linking back. One time they used one of my graphs and stuck their logo on it, which is more uncool.
It’s super hard to know where an image came from. Sorry to hear they swiped one of your images.
Fun topic to consider – how to you protect your visualization content when you post the results online?
Aside from source attribution… its darn funny!
Yarrrr! Just in time for “talk like a Pie-rate day”.
BellevueMan – LogicNest posted this picture on the 12th (and Ian apologizes for having forgotten where it came from), and I posted it in a comment on my blog on the 17th. It appeared on GraphJam on the 18th.
Thanks! I needed a good laugh today.
auhauhhauhuauha… nice !!!
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Classic, made me chuckle out loud
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