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Hitler learns topology

In another reword of the pivotal scene in Der Untergang, Adolf Hitler learns topology. Still makes me laugh every time.…

Organizational charts in major tech

Manu Cornet caricaturizes org charts of major tech companies, such as Amazon with its top-down structure and Google with its slightly less structured structure. Drop it like it's hot. [Organizational…

Sufficiently large X

As comic Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal explains, this is what happens when a powerful weapon falls into the wrong hands. Or when someone in power is just plain dumb. [SMBC…

Flowchart to decide if you should share that pic of your privates

This seems obvious, but apparently there are people who are unsure of what to do with Twitter and social norms. Now you know. Thanks, Good Magazine for your clear guide.…

What you need to get together

A good one from someone named Cody. I couldn't figure out where this is actually from though.…

Correlating dog

From the Doghouse Diaries. Smart dog. My cat on the other hand, still has some learning to do. Every time he scratches the couch, he looks at me like he's…

Open government and Easter candy

Sunlight Foundation displays some key government numbers with Easter candy, because as you know, data is ten times more interesting when it's represented with Peeps and chocolate eggs. Happy Easter,…

When charts attack

Don't you just hate it when you're pleasantly driving around in the city and you're suddenly enveloped by a giant pie chart in the road? Such a downer.…

Statistical significance on xkcd

It's xkcd on statistical significance. I need to stop eating all those green jelly beans. I hear there's also a link between sunshine and lollipops.…

Star Trek characters in pixel form

John Martz, in collaboration with Koyama Press, pixelates 235 Star Trek characters in this limited edition print. This amuses me even though I've never been a Star Trek fan. Must…

Daily schedule of Benjamin Franklin

From Maira Kalman's And the Pursuit of Happiness, this is just too good. It appears that there is in fact enough minutes in the day to get stuff done. What's…

Tiger blood and adonis DNA

There are no words. More tips on winning in the world found here.…

Life cycle of sad and happy

Along the same lines of the happiness flowchart, this graphic by Moritz Resl shows a simplified life cycle between happy and sad. Let's not forget though that sometimes doing stuff…

The many faces of Woody Allen

I got a chuckle out of this one. By Brandon Schaefer. Check out the full-sized version here.…

Super weekend linkdump

Here are some links for you to accompany your bag of chips, bowl of chili, and plate of wings as you wate for the Super Bowl to start. Super Bowl…

Hey Jude flowchart

What day is it? Flowchart Friday of course. Old but new to me. Based on the Total Eclipse of the Heart flowchart, this one takes on Hey Jude. Don't get…

Falling in the fountain

Focus too hard on individual points, and ignore what's around, and you too might fall in the metaphorical fountain. Yes, this is my excuse for posting this hilarious video, and…

Flowchart: Should I work for free?

Designer Jessica Hische gets her flowchart on to help you decide whether you should work on that project for free. In short, if the client is not your mom or…

T-shirt life cycle

Nick Foster has some fun with t-shirt classification after cleaning out his closet: I have a T-shirt problem: after years of buying them, my house is now full. Whilst recently…

Epic animation in Google Docs

For the Google Demo Slam, three animators Tu+, Namroc, and Metcalf Anything put together an animation completely in Google Docs. Three days, 450 slides, and they got the video below.…

No axis labels

xkcd geekdom for your slow Monday afternoon. Can you imagine being with someone who doesn't label axes? Outrageous. [xkcd]…

Spreadsheet Invasion

Something for you leading into the Thanksgiving weekend. Enjoy this short video (below) by Amy Thornley, which she made for smile for london. It was animated frame-by-frame in Excel. I…