GRAPH OUTLOUD

by Katharine Wray

17 December 2009

 

GraphJam.com was founded in February 2008 with one mission: to rescue pie charts, Venn diagrams, decision trees, and other graphs from the terminal boredom of the office. Why should accountants and actuaries have all the fun? GraphJam succeeded online, with a whole community of interpreters of pop culture via the graph chart springing up, breathing new life into PowerPoint and Excel. Now you can have the best of the lot to date in hand, between these pages. Using line graphs, pie charts, Venn- diagrams, and pictographs Graph Outloud dissects popular culture in amusing ways you’ve probably never considered, before. They’re a bit of a puzzle, with a laugh at the end. Thankfully, someone charted out how much of Jesus’ love Mrs. Robinson will actually know versus how much love He actually has. It’s all there, very clear, in the chart.

 

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