Category Archives: Seattle

There’s no Bullet List like Stalin’s Bullet List

This may only appeal to a rather narrow slice of my own small readership.
Edward Tufte – author of books such as Envisioning Information, The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, and the essay The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint – is embarking on something of a tour. He’ll be teaching a one-day course entitled Presenting Data and Information in, among other places, Seattle and Portland.
I got the mailer today. I’ve already asked my company to pay for the $360 registration. If they won’t, I’ll probably do it out-of-pocket.
I was surprised by my enthusiasm at the prospect of attending this course. Obviously, this says something about what really interests me…