- n any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word
- Some ten years after the late Thomas Alva Edison first recorded the human voice on tinfoil in 1877, he sent the foregoing jingly "phonogram," on a wax cylinder, to Colonel .
- Edgardo Angara in Business Mirror
The "IPC must be armed with comprehensive and efficient strategies in order to respond to the upsurge of internet piracy. It must also give recognition to the rights of performers, phonogram producers and broadcasters as accorded authors of artistic...
- Kieron Gillen in Comicbook.com
Clearly, we're overjoyed,Kieron Gillen said. "When you do a book as personal and warped as Phonogram, you're always slightly worried that no-one else will care. To have it come out, review phenomenally and actually sell out in a week:...
- Warren Ellis in comic Book Resources
Ellis said, "If PHONOGRAM didn't already convince you that Jamie's one of the major new talents of the decade, please do make sure you get a look at this."