Release your inner geek

I just couldn’t help it – here in glorious technicolour is The Age to Come, the pictorial edition:

The Age to Come Web Graph

The Age to Come Website Graph Label

You can make a website graph of your own here.

You know you want to.

Hat tip to CaNN – they started it, and I blame them totally.

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8 Responses to Release your inner geek

  1. Tina says:

    Oh, it’s the Ubiquitous Cleavers! Cleavers is a wild plant – the little seeds are not sharp but do attach themselves to everything. I read a description of the plant once that referred to them as “the ubiquitous cleavers” – ever since, that’s how I think of them, kinda like The Venerable Bede.

    Cleavers is an awesome metaphor for your blog, Peter. It has very, very much in common with wild mustard, but with unique characteristics.


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  3. Peter says:

    If folk browsing this blog take a few seeds away with them I’d be most happy.

    My primary motivation for this one was that I just liked the little picture 🙂




  4. faithwalk says:

    You’re sowing good seeds Peter…


  5. faithwalk says:

    Even if I don’t really understand this picture 🙂


  6. Peter says:

    Welll.. try that link above and enter your own website…

    I liked it anyway, but I did say it was a bit geeky 😉


  7. faithwalk says:

    I did it and it was actually pretty cool.. does look like a flowering plant, and i love gorwing things…
    but I must be pretty dense because i still don”t quite understand it…,

    Anyway… did you read the post? I have wrestled over it but am leaving it as is. When you have a chance let me know what you think.
    I am still praying for you re: yours…



  8. Peter says:

    You don’t really need to understand it – it’s just a moments distraction for pretty stuff 🙂

    Blessings to you too! I just commented on your post…..


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