I've blogged about different forms of visualization tools that can be used to help people understand a concept better. (Graphic example). Matt McKeon has put together this awesome chart which helps visualize the Evolution of Privacy on Facebook. It's worth studying for the privacy implications as well as the method of display.


Source: The Evolution of Privacy on Facebook by Matt McKeon

I've long been a fan of visualization tools (e.g. mind mapping, charting, etc.) and I believe that a picture is worth a thousand words but this video takes that concept to a whole new level...

Presentation Zen recently blogged about a thought-provoking piece entitled, Visualizing the consequences of sugary drinks in which they describe a 30-second Public Service Announcement by the New York City Department of Health to encourage people to reduce (or eliminate) sugary drinks.

Feeling thirsty?

Think twice before you reach for that soda and consider a refreshing glass of water instead.

The Unpardonable Sin

Monday, May 10th, 2010
Each Sunday, our pastor provides two sets of sermon notes which the ushers hand out as we enter the church. The first is what you would might expect - a brief outline of the sermon and related scripture references. The second is for children and has a few multiple-choice questions, a family discussion topic, and room to doodle.

Yesterday, Kelly  brought me the her sermon notes and pointed out what my friend Michael Sampson has been telling me for years. (See image)

May 9, 2010 Kid's Sermon Notes. Topic: The Unpardonable Sin.

I'm a sinner.

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