Comparing 2.0
November 6, 2006 10:43 PM   Subscribe

Sizeasy. A handy visual tool for comparing all manner of different rectangular-shaped things.
posted by Serial Killer Slumber Party (10 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
oh my. [this is good]
posted by Rumple at 11:00 PM on November 6, 2006

Oh, so that's what it looks like next to a can of soda. I have some correction letters to write.
posted by hutta at 11:21 PM on November 6, 2006 [2 favorites]

[ insert sardonic joke about the press using stupid folk units like "enough capacity to store 28 Libraries of Congress" or "a volume equivalent to 121 olympic-size swimming pools" ]
posted by Rhomboid at 11:45 PM on November 6, 2006

I was all ready to be snarky, but this is actually quite useful. Thanks sksp.
posted by crunchyk9 at 12:11 AM on November 7, 2006

It helped me compare the size of the average gap in the online market in 2006 with the equivalent gap in 2000. Looks like it's much smaller now.
posted by imperium at 1:27 AM on November 7, 2006

This is really interesting. Added to my list of reference bookmarks. Thanks.
posted by talitha at 2:10 AM on November 7, 2006

This *is* really interesting. Added to my list of "Things that every instinct in my body tells me I should take the piss out of but in actual fact fill me with a sense of satisfaction and comfort." Thanks.
posted by Jofus at 3:37 AM on November 7, 2006

I was wondering where Gizmodo got their cool size comparisons.

(Of course, I never noticed till today that they referenced sizeasy at the bottom of the post. I usually don't click-in to the comment page.)

Fantastic tool. I expect a white background and Google branding by next quarter.
posted by Ynoxas at 7:48 AM on November 7, 2006

Was this named by the same guy that named the finglonger?
posted by ba at 9:12 AM on November 7, 2006

Daaaaaaaaaamn. This is sweet. Comparing similar things like avalanche transceivers makes choosing between them a lot easier.
posted by mistermoore at 3:45 PM on November 7, 2006

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