I’m not particularly interested in the prosecution of FIFA officials who allegedly took bribes, but I’m always a sucker for a good chart. However, the government is historically bad at making simple, easy-to-understand visuals. The Department of Justice is notoriously bad at this.
Maybe the charts make sense to the fine folks at DOJ, but they aren’t very useful to anyone else.
Of course, I’m here to help. Here you go. You’re welcome.
While I find technology and digital databases to be an exceedingly useful tool, I do miss the art created through the judicious use of analog means and methods.
A few years ago, I transferred my address book to digital. Today, I’m wondering if that was the best decision for me.
Watch this at least twice.
The first time, pay attention to the main event, Gay Talese’s address book.
On the second, make note of his (characteristically) meticulously-tailored suit.