May 8, 2014

They Say Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

They Say Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

Back at the beginning of April I published an infographic on Paste, detailing how long it would take to watch various shows if you went from start to finish, nonstop. I took my time and made it as informative as possible. It did pretty well on our site, and I was proud of it.

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Today, I was scrolling through twitter and saw this posted, on April 29th:

Binge-Shows-Shortest-to-LongestRevised-960x1671Pretty weird, they copied my idea. It was on BusinessInsider and Fast Company. They used the same source as me, a website called tiii.me. Considering this is the first time it’s happened on a slightly large scale, I’m flattered, validated even!

 

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One thought on “They Say Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Flattery

  1. Uncle Herb says:

    My niece is a blog-girl…blogster…blogier… blog person…really smart and really cool.

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