How to visualize information...effectively

Recently, in the Opinion section, I came across one of the funniest blogs in a long time, and it was almost purely visual. Now, it helps to have kids to get the full meaning out of it, but I'll let you be the judges:

In the age of AADO - adult attention deficit order - conveying information by means of images and videos becomes more and more crucial. One of the leaders in the area of Infographics is the New York Times online, who employs a whole staff of talented  designers and thinkers.

Recently, in the Opinion section, I came across one of the funniest blogs in a long time, and it was almost purely visual. Now, it helps to have kids to get the full meaning out of it, but I'll let you be the judges:

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http://niemann.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/09/14/good-night-and-tough-luck/

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About the author

Julia Borkenhagen
Julia Borkenhagen

Julia is a certified usability analyst by HFI (Human Factors International) with over 15 years of experience in user research, interface design, usability testing and project management.
Prior to joining blue-infinity, Julia worked several years for the San Francisco based agency Digitas on the dell.com account and as the lead web producer for NIKU, now CA Technologies.
Julia has been with blue-infinity since 2005 and is leading our in-house User Experience practice.