Introducing the 2011 Noise to Signal calendar!
This is for everyone:
- who encouraged me to create a Noise to Signal calendar, or
- who needs a calendar of their own, or
- who is about to walk into an office gift exchange party empty-handed, and desperately needs something.
It’s a free downloadable PDF. So just print that puppy out double-sided, then take it to your corner print shop and ask them to spiral-bind it, and my friend, you have a wall calendar. Update: Okay, let’s have some fun. Share a picture of the calendar hanging on your wall, and you could score a signed cartoon print! The details.
Here’s the download link (PDF, 10 MB). (If you’re sharing it – and I hope you will! – please link to this post rather than the PDF itself. Thanks!)
I’ve also posted it on SlideShare:
If you don’t have the time or means to print it out, and don’t mind waiting for shipping, I’ve also created a version on the Zazzle store:
Thanks for all the support and kind words over the year. And happy holidays from Noise to Signal!
(By the way, I discovered while I was making this that there’s a real shortage of decent-looking free calendar templates out there. So while the calendar as a whole is Creative Commons licensed, I’m releasing the actual calendar grids into the public domain.)
Updated with shameless bragging: This just in – Last night, SlideShare made the calendar its Presentation of the Day. And then a few minutes ago, this email came in:
“A free cartoon calendar for 2011” is being talked about on Facebook more than anything else on SlideShare right now. So we’ve put it on the homepage of SlideShare.net (in the “Hot on Facebook” section).
– SlideShare Team
And if you’re enjoying looking forward to 2011, maybe you might like taking a look back at 2010:
Thanks so much for this. Appreciate you leaving the comment on FIR, which is where I heard about it. Your timing was perfect because I realized that – against all odds – I did not receive a calendar as a gift this year from ANYONE. What is this world coming to?
Thanks again, love it.
Thank you, Luke!
And I didn't get one either. I'm pretty sure that's one of the signs of the apocalypse.