There are many ways to tell a joke, and the internet makes it all the easier to construct and disseminate humor in graphic form. The flowchart is one form that many online wits have embraced. Every six months to a year or so, I find I've collected quite a few to pass along to you.
1. Tattoo Decision... READ ON
Decisions, decisions -you make them constantly about big and little things. Daily decision making might be easier for you if you used these handy flowcharts. On the other hand, they might wreck your life! Choose wisely, but enjoy the ride.
Where should I... READ ON
I find myself drawn to flowcharts whether I understand them or not. Here's... READ ON
In the 2007 post Fun with Flowcharts, we took a look at flowcharts and how people use them to explain widely varying processes from playing the pan flute to a dog's inner thoughts. That was followed by 7 Geeky Flowcharts in 2008. Since then, I've found even more strange flowcharts to give us a giggle or two.
The Flowchart of Should You Make A... READ ON
There are those who would say the phrase "geeky flowcharts" is redundant, since flowcharts are pretty geeky in themselves. However, some stand above the crowd because of their subject matter or the delightful self-referential humor in each vector.
Geek... READ ON
According to Wikipedia, a flowchart is a "schematic representation of an algorithm or a process. They are commonly used in business/economic presentations to help the audience visualize the content better, or to find flaws in the process." I don't remember where I saw it, but I have reconstructed the first flowchart that I really understood.
Wikipedia member Triddle made this flowchart for dealing with a difficult Wikipedia editor. It's a bit more involved than the hammer flowchart, but still... READ ON
The ZIP in ZIP Code stands for Zone Improvement Plan.