Monday, February 05, 2007

Change the locks!

16 comments:

Oliver said...

Jessica is teh awesome.

gem said...

Very clever way of saying, "You can pick your friends but you can't pick your relatives (or your neighbors, to some extent).

James said...

I've been reading for months but never made a comment.. for some reason I have decided now is the time(!)

Really, extraordinarily, outstanding.

Don't stop :)

Angel M. said...

You are just great! It's incredible how you manage to say so much with such simple graphics.

Best regards from Spain!

Daniel Pinheiro Lima said...

I just love you blog!
it's amazing!

"sorry for the caveman's english"

Chase said...

Just found your site today. I'm a new fan! :)

Joseph Kyle said...

your blog is awesomeness.

Anonymous said...

You are brilliant! Congrats! :D

blu3ness said...

This is pure genius, You rock jess, keep it coming.

Phoenix said...

What fun! I got here from The Steel Deal.

You've blown my mind! I love it. :}

(I'm also jealous. I would LOVE to be able to think like this.)

John Venn said...

What happens if a friend is a neighbour and family, all at the same time?

Brian Hansen said...

I love your graphical representation of things. This blog is a daily read for me.

Anonymous said...

You kick ass! So true.

Graham Hil said...

Sinply the best. Best wishes for your every success. Graham

Andrew said...

My neighbours are also my friends.

Maybe your graph is partly saying "you can't choose your neighbours" but I in fact did to an extent.

Venn Diagrams are good at generalisations and koan-esque coolness, but don't try to compare them to awkward reality :)

Chelsea said...

terrific graphics...so simple but meaningful...
Well done!

 
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