... I saw this. I don't know what it is about military equipment in urban areas is so fascinating, so I won't make any attempt to speculate (although surely real war tanks are much bigger than that one).
This made me very happy when I opened Google today. I think it's much better than Google's normal logo. It also made me happy to find out that Lego is 50 today - but didn't you think it was much older, that it had been in existence since the beginning of time?
Why was I kept in the dark about Edward Tufte for so long?
I am sitting here with The Visual Display of Quantitative Information which has done the unthinkable and made data unbelievably interesting.
I've had a root around on his website and am particularly intrigued by the title 'The Cognitive Style of Powerpoint'. This is no doubt because I have made the jump from trends to digital, and therefore from Word to, gasp, Powerpoint. But nevertheless, what a great title. It is on order as we speak so will be updating soon on what the cognitive style is.
After much deliberation, I am here. Here to add to the cacophony of bloggers voices that already graces our dear web. This is more a space for me to list things I find interesting, than to spread my message. But if you're reading, then hello.
Special thanks must go to Alfred for coming up with the name, or this would have been shelved for many more months still.
One part truth, two parts mixer is a digital notebook for Priyanka/@pristyles. Yes, you've reached another planner's blog - but it's mainly full of random thoughts and pretty pictures.
If you're reading, hello - it's nice to meet you.