Comment to win free copies of The Visual Miscellaneum: Winners announced!

Posted to Contests  |  Nathan Yau

As we all know, David McCandless of Information is Beautiful, launched his new book The Visual Miscellaneum. You can read my review here.

David was kind enough to provide a handful of copies to all of you. How to enter? Just leave a comment at the bottom of this post, and then come back on Monday to see if you’re a winner. If leaving a comment isn’t your thing, because it’s just too crazy hard, you can buy it here. It’s well worth it, and would also make an excellent gift.

Good luck!

Update: Winners Announced!

Thanks everyone for participating. It seems that David’s book is quite popular. Congratulations to our three winners who were randomly selected:

If your name is listed above, check your email inbox to claim your prize.

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