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Everything Explained Through Flowcharts is packed with meticulously designed charts that trace the labyrinthine connections that order the universe, illuminate life's great mysteries, and cause eye strain in senior citizens. Swiss scientists at the prestigious University of Helsinki have said that Everything Explained Through Flowcharts is the closest thing there is to a working unified field theory, and have gone on to claim that they aren't Swiss, aren't scientists, and aren't sure whether or not Helsinki is in Switzerland. And yet the Swiss consulate has not denied that this book contains more than two hundred illustrations, forty mammoth charts, and innumerable supporting graphs and essays, including:
Doogie Horner is a standup comic and book designer. He is the author of the First Timer's Kit (Quirk Books, 2008) and Dirty Jokes Every Man Should Know (Quirk Books, 2009). His short story The History of the Beloved Children's Series the Berenstain Bears is featured in The McSweeney's Joke Book of Book Jokes (Vintage, 2008). He designed the cover for the New York Times bestseller Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and his design has been featured in Time, Newsweek, Print, How, Time Out New York, GQ, and many other publications. He lives in Philadelphia where he performs standup and hosts the monthly comedy show The Ministry of Secret Jokes.
I like and I use flowcharts in my life/work... flowcharts here are bit confusing. Also, not so great ideas of flowcharts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by marstf
For what I expended in this product I can say I'm very happy.Published 8 months ago by Max Soldevilla
Solid book. The original "infographics." I love how the author was able to take things that exist in our everyday lives and culture and explains it in flow charts, scatter... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ronnie Dubbz
Fun book, cool graphics. Got it for a work colleague as a secret santa gift, it was a big hit.Published 22 months ago by d kahn
Pretty darn amusing and very creative. All if human existence reduced to flow charts. But it for the organizationally challenged person in your life.Published 23 months ago by Keeper
I wish that I had looked inside of this book on Amazon. It's a funny book, but not a useful book about designing and leveraging flowcharts for information delivery purposes. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mark Wilkinson
This is my goto gift for anyone with an ounce of humor. Original and so much fun. Love this book.Published on March 2, 2013 by JBA
The fllowcharts perfectly fit our teenage son's world view (and all the other members of the household have had a chance to read it too). Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by ChrisP
This is an interesting concept but... why does it seem like a tired idea for a book when it's the first? Funny in its own way. Read morePublished on February 23, 2011 by James D. Crabtree