Easter Infographic Teaser

I’ve been working on a new and quite extensive Easter Infographic, which will go live tomorrow. I’m pretty stoked about it, and I wanted to give a little early warning. It will make a good “distributable” for what ends may come. And until then, a snippet teaser of the unfinished draft…

Easter Infographic Teaser

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  1. archaeopteryx1 says:

    I await the unveiling – will there be cake? I like cake.

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  2. Looking forward to it

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  3. Looking very cool already! You know I’m a huge fan of info-graphics and yours are always very detailed. Looking forward to the finished product, but too bad we can’t have the cake. πŸ˜‰

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    • archaeopteryx1 says:

      Howie, I first ran into you on Nate’s site, and later, on Mak’s, but you’ve never really had a whole lot to say. But then, I ran into you on Brandon’s site, and I was SO impressed at the quality of your comments! I hope this doesn’t sound insulting, but you’re a much deeper thinker than you usually show the world.

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      • Arch, unless I’m missing some sarcasm (and we all know you love sarcasm πŸ˜‰ ), then I can’t see how that is insulting – quite the opposite. Thank you very much! As someone once said “there’s a time to be deep, and a time to be shallow.” Actually I have no clue if anyone else ever said that but it sounds cool so I thought I’d write it. Besides it’s all I’ve got this early in the morning.

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        • πŸ™‚

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        • archaeopteryx1 says:

          Yeah, Howie, you don’t miss a thing, I DO enjoy giving some things an occasional bath in sarcasm, but not this time, I mean it – the insult, in my mind, comes in the fact that it shouldn’t have taken me this long to see your depth.

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  4. Cody Dicken says:

    Love the concept. Why not put last supper and crucifiction differences in here?

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  5. Aesthetically pleasing, informatively true, interpretatively questionable. πŸ™‚

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  6. aesthetically pleasing, informatively true, interpretatively questionable. πŸ™‚

    Ah, yes, fortunately, the lone asinine attempt to Rain on the Parade merely resulted in widdling on his shoes.

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  7. Charity says:

    Thought of you, Matt, when I saw this on Debbie’s blog. This is a great challenge for Christians this weekend.

    http://ffrf.org/news/blog/item/20393-leave-no-stone-unturned-an-easter-challenge-for-christians

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    • Charity,

      Awesome – I had no idea about this when I cooked up my infographic. Someone on FB said it was the crib note version of the Barker Challenge. πŸ™‚

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  8. How do you make these infographics?

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  9. I delved into this subject fairly extensively in my book so I’m very anxious to see the end result. Good job thus far!

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