humor

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Five years from now

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal can see the future. Tags: humor, projections, SMBC

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Making stupid Excel bar charts

I’m just gonna put this right here, from @_daviant: “Another day another stupid Excel chart”. Tags: Excel, humor

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2020

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Grandpa Chad distribution

xkcd crossed a rough age distribution of people becoming grandparents with people named “Chad” and “Jason” to highlight the dawn of a new era. The time is now. Tags: age, humor, names, xkcd

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Good state naming

From @haru_cchii on the Twitter: Local German Gets Bored And Tries To Name All American States i think i did pretty well Seems right to me. Tags: America, humor

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Questionable science diagrams

Sometimes illustrating scientific findings is a challenge. Sometimes the illustrations are published anyways, because there are no more options. Sometimes those illustrations end up on a Twitter feed called Science Diagrams that Look Like Shitposts. Tags: humor, science

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Weight gain lines

From Kim Warp for The New Yorker. Ha. Ha. It’s funny because it’s true. It reminds me of Amanda Cox’s dress size graphic for the NYT. [Thanks, Mike] Tags: humor, New Yorker, weight

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KPI overload

From Tom Fishburne, the Marketoonist. Maybe a dashboard isn’t the answer you’re looking for. Tags: humor, KPI, Marketoonist

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Everyday charts book

Add a book to the humorous-charts-documenting-the-everyday genre. Am I Overthinking This? by Michelle Rial charts the everyday. I like how Rial uses everyday objects to show everyday data informally. [Amazon link] Tags: book, humor

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Wikipedia views and every line of Billy Joel’s “We Didn’t Start the Fire”

In the biggest crossover event of the century, Tom Lum used the Wikipedia API to chart the number of views for every reference in Billy Joel’s We Didn’t Start the Fire. Yes. [via @waxpancake] Tags: Billy Joel, humor, Wikipedia

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