Better be a bit careful with the shark attack possibility in your graphics the next time a plane disappears over the ocean.
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?
Could the faster online newscycle lead to infographics getting a new role in the coverage of violent events?
MALOFIEJ 2011. ‘The sad reality is, that most of the graphs that are printed today in the world do not work as effectively as those pioneering efforts of William Playfair long ago’
MALOFIEJ 2011. Even if the iPad is coming hard on the infographics world, it will still be about the content, if you want to be succesful