The Comparative Value of Things

This one goes out to all the trolls.

Relative scale with platinum at one end and anonymous comments on social media at the other.

6 thoughts on “The Comparative Value of Things

  1. Thousands of years in the future, when asteroid mining is commonplace but dogs are extinct, historians will use this image to argue that anonymous commenters were worshipped as Gods by the ancients.

  2. OK! I’m not sure if I understand, but cheers all the same.

  3. Nice one Ryan – great example of a diagram as an efficient form of communication. Love Chris Fellows comment – I’m not sure I get it either, but that’s some awesome divergent thinking!! ; ) Very creative interpretation of your image!!

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