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Subject:Tufte's seminar From:Tammy Hale <tammyh -at- FGM -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 7 Dec 1995 13:30:45 -0500
There was a thread on this list a while back about Edward Tufte's books and
Recently I received a brochure about a seminar (titled "Presenting Data
and Information") that he is giving in this area (Washington, DC). If you
have attended a Tufte seminar or read any of his books, please let me know
what you think of his work. I welcome input from anyone, but I'd
particularly like to hear from the graphics professionals on the list.
Also, how do you pronounce Tufte? Is the 'e' silent?