A long, long time ago, back when there was music on AM radio and I was a wee proto-engineer who spent his days correcting other people’s errors in Fortran (Fortran-66, mind you), a colleague commenting on a promotion we in the Computing Center were attempting urged us all to “Think visual.” He exhorted us to unite our promotion with images that would catch people’s attention and remain in their minds. And he, being a practitioner of what he preached, came up with several that impressed the hell out of us.
These days, no one “thinks visual” better than the widely and justly celebrated Chris Muir, cartoonist extraordinaire. His offering of this morning is one of his best ever:
I trust that the significance will not be lost on the Gentle Readers of Liberty’s Torch. And with that I must leave you, as I’m still trying to complete Saturday’s chores. So do have a nice day.