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Design of the Week | Our New Flowchart!



Two Dollar Radio Book Flowchart

Don't sleep on our hot new book flowchart, designed to help you find your next favorite read!

Two Dollar Radio Book FlowchartUsing precise qualitative and quantitative formulas, along with a telescope and a microscope, we've engineered our best flowchart yet. You'll be forced to make hair-pulling, agonizing decisions along the way. Such as choosing between Kanye West's sunglasses or Kanye West's necklace, or choosing between a poppyseed muffin, a sesame seed bagel, or a chocolate, berry, and cream cheese danish.

Some of our top-10 favorite contemporary communication devices are included, such as landlines and pagers. Plus: Werner Herzog and Jessica Chastian make an appearance, so I feel like we don't need to give you the hard-sell.

Most importantly, you need to not be opposed to fun. Dig in.

Posted by Eric Obenauf on 14 December, 2016 design of the week, flowchart | 0 comments
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