Here's a silly cartoon to welcome in Thanksgiving week.
I didn't really know anything about Richard Feynman before seeing some of his stuff on Brain Pickings and Open Culture. He is one interesting alternative. The quote in the cartoon below comes from his blackboard at the time of his death. Feynman didn't start his explanations from the null. He didn't take past discovery for […]
A few ways to get a picture to put in your online profiles… Use a smart phone Webcam on your computer Draw one Snag one from Facebook (right click, save as) Digital camera Ask someone who has a smart phone to take one for you Find a person who kinda looks like you
Every once in awhile I get asked how I create my cartoons. While my preferred answer is “magic” the actual answer is my iPad and the Sketchbook Pro App. John Gargani captured my process vividly with this cartoon. I didn't even know the Minneapolis convention center had rafters…
I guess it's a step in the right direction. Instead of just putting up a few bullet points, you searched the web and found the perfect ultra generic stock image. At some point in your life you were super creative, what happened to that you?
I was fortunate to have a similar flight time as a few of my colleagues. We decided to eat together at an airport restaurant. The following cartoon depicts what happened next. It's times like these that I am most proud to hang out with the eval crowd.
Last night I received further confirmation as to why I love being part of the data visualization and reporting topical interest group. It is just one big group of creatives and innovators. I can't wait until the recorded presentations go up on the web. Here are my cartoons.
Tried to get into an Ignite session a little too late today. Jam packed and probably needing bigger rooms next year. Heading to happy hour in a few at Brit's pub. Here are some midday cartoons to hold you over until later tonight…
So my Ignite presentation is done and it was a lot of fun. I definitely can't make the claim that I had the best presentation of my session, my co- igniters rocked it. He are three cartoons to get your day started. The third can help boost your presentation performance. If you want to know […]
Coolest thing about the poster night for me is running into friends and online amigos. He's not cartooned below but Matt Keene should win the coolest evaluator award. I'm not just saying that because he bought me a beer.