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April 23, 2003

Fisher Funnies

Gary Fisher Bikes' website features a nifty Flash application for finding the bike that's right for you. While you're just answering simple questions, you're actually sifting through facets to achieve a result.

Today on a mailing list, Christopher Fahey pointed out something else on Fisher Bikes. Use their Compare tool, selecting three bikes. Then do it again, selecting only two.

Ha!

Posted by peterme at April 23, 2003 07:50 AM

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I got a hamster ball, a gunny sack, a wheelbarrow and a Vespa. Hahahahaha.

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I also got a Big Wheel and a Li'l Red Wagon.

Posted by: crowbar's uncle at April 24, 2003 02:15 PM

very interesting use of flash.

Posted by: keith knutsson at April 24, 2003 09:52 PM

What I like is that the "back" button works with a small falsh app...nice

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