The Visual Miscellaneum: A Colorful Guide to the World's Most Consequential Trivia
HarperCollins, Nov 10, 2009 - 256 pages
The Visual Miscellaneum is a unique, groundbreaking look at the modern information age, helping readers make sense of the countless statistics and random facts that constantly bombard us. Using cutting edge graphs, charts, and illustrations, David McCandless creatively visualizes the world's surprising relationships and compelling data, covering everything from the most pleasurable guilty pleasures to how long it takes different condiments to spoil to world maps of Internet search terms.
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Review: The Visual Miscellaneum: A Colorful Guide to the World's Most Consequential TriviaUser Review - Quinton - Goodreads
This is indeed good for nice visualizations of information, but the content is not as good as the presentation value. It's supposedly "the World's Most Consequential Trivia" but that's debatable. It's a fun idea though and I hope more books like this are made to experiment with different ideas. Read full review
Review: The Visual Miscellaneum: A Colorful Guide to the World's Most Consequential TriviaUser Review - Ray - Goodreads
I couldn't get past the author's bias on so many of the visualizations. He also inserted himself into too many of the pages, making me think he's a narcissist. He betrays the purity of data which is ... Read full review