RE: Google Doc in Comic Book Form

Subject: RE: Google Doc in Comic Book Form
From: "Cardimon, Craig" <ccardimon -at- M-S-G -dot- com>
To: "Janice Gelb" <Janice -dot- Gelb -at- Sun -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2008 08:30:55 -0400

> Google explains its new browser and the technology
> behind it in comic book form:
> The friend who sent this to me said "A fabulous
> technical presentation." However, I don't agree:
> I think the information is hard to follow and
> impossible to retrieve as you have no way to recall
> which concepts were explained on which pages. The
> individual explanations are fine but I think it
> would have worked much better as, say, sets of pages
> divided into different conceptual chunks.
> Interesting idea, though...
> -- Janice

I agree with Janice. I didn't like the comic book. I'm all for nicely
laid out graphic formats, but I felt it was difficult to follow, and a
confusing format is the death knell for any technical presentation.

-- Craig
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