Thursday, January 18, 2007

This is a yeam. It puts the "WHY?!?" in team.

14 comments:

bazily said...

that's wicked smart. you should license that to Dilbert or print it as one of those demotivational posters.

Anonymous said...

Love this! Sadly, so true...

FU said...

this was clever.

but i'm not. and the double graph confused me.

but i figured it out. :)

R. Parks said...

Awesome - though I'm not sure 'B' works on the 'skill/seniority' graph. Maybe 'indifferent' would be a better fit.

Love your site, by the way. I read it everyday.

Mark said...

Brilliant!

Terri said...

That was complicated but perfect!

Jen said...
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Jen said...

Okay, I'm digging these so far. :D Thanks for sharing.

Radagast said...

Love these!

Barry McKockiner said...

I'm sure someone has already said this, but I have to say: You should really copy right this concept asap or someone will try to rip it off/and make money off of it. (but I doubt with out as much creativity as you have)

GC (God's Child) said...

I'm with fu
I'm struggling but I know it's really clever--just not sure how

martha said...

Have you seen this?

http://www.foundmagazine.com/find/620

I thought of you!

Grant said...

This one BLEW MY MIND.

Anonymous said...

Barry McKockiner said...
... You should really copy right this concept asap

KK says:
American copyright law protects Jessica's original work from the moment of creation. The law doesn't require her to publish said content, nor does it require to affix the copyright symbol and date. Having an established date -- i.e. publishing date -- certainly helps in case there's ever a dispute over who originally created the content. See How to Secure a Copyright on Copyright.gov for more information.

 
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