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Conference Call Bingo

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This wonderful 'conference call bingo' chart was created by E. Gilliam. It went viral.

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frutiger
125 days ago
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Spot on! This is every day for me...
zippy72
125 days ago
Me too, if you add in "sorry about my dogs barking, there was a leaf blowing down the road"
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United States Schematic Maps

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Designed by Transit Authority Figures

Printed by Kirkwood Wilmington, MA

This is the work of a dedicated and determined mind, as each state is added to the collection--cities located and connected as if by subway lines. United States Schematic Maps
United States Schematic Maps
United States Schematic Maps
United States Schematic Maps
United States Schematic Maps
United States Schematic Maps
United States Schematic Maps

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Self-promotion

Quantity Produced
500

Production Cost
$1,489.76

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Paper Stock

Number of Colors
CMYK

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Binding

Typography
Gotham Bold

This piece is available for purchase for $15 plus shipping

Many thanks to our ADVx3 Partners
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frutiger
211 days ago
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Feelin' bad for Champaign on the IL map
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Vol. 123 | No. 39

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Made me feel yellow and fuzzy all over.

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(If you can not see a video above view this post on Quipsologies) Many thanks to our ADVx3 Partners
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frutiger
249 days ago
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How does this have only 4000 views??
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The baffling topology of the burrito method for covering your duvet

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DRPfudNNd8Y

Inhabitat's video explaining the "burrito" method for getting a duvet into its cover is both excruciatingly slow in places, and also fantastically baffling: how the actual fuck does this topological exercise work? (via Kottke)

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frutiger
317 days ago
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Whoa
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Photographer Dave Sandford braved the cold and turbulent waters...

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Photographer Dave Sandford braved the cold and turbulent waters of Lake Erie in late fall to capture some remarkable wave action. Like on the ocean, waves in the Great Lakes are largely driven by winds, but lakes don’t develop the constant set of rolling waves that oceans do. Instead their waves are more erratic and unpredictable. Sandford focused on capturing the moment when wind-driven waves coming into shore collided with waves rebounding from piers or rocks along the shore. The results are waves that, through Sandford’s lens, look like exploding mountainsides. Such energetic waves mix sediment and nutrients in the lake, and the spray of droplets can even loft aerosols and pollutants from the water into the atmosphere.   (Photo credit: D. Sandford; via Flow Vis)

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frutiger
326 days ago
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Love the pix, but can't tell if those are 3' waves or 30' waves...
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List: Useful Things to Say in English Class

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“The water is baptism.”

“The landscape is a character.”

“They descend into chaos.”

“It’s about loss of innocence.”

“They’re foils.”

“It’s an allusion to Paradise Lost. The fall from Eden. He’s an angel.”

“Impotence.”

“Jesus imagery.”

“Shakespeare’s influence…”

“It’s about loss of innocence.”

“It’s a moral education.”

“He’s imprisoned by himself.”

“I think it’s definitely about loss of innocence.”

“The wine is blood.”

“The blood is pain.”

“Pain is wine.”

“It’s all a big long journey called life.”

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frutiger
346 days ago
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Definitely could have used this list in high school
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