What happens when a famous cartoonist is hired to tell you complicated tech-stuff?
It's the twentieth anniversary, and perhaps that is why the programme is released exceptionally early.
I wouldn't mind to see such infographic treatment spread from magazines and into newspapers. But where will the limit be?
Remember it’s the graphic shapes being made fun of – not the dead people
Innovative, maybe – but it’s inaccurate – and you have no idea, when you see this tangled web
Stories of death and miraculous survival. Can the fact-driven infographics artists learn anything from this?