Here’s a video worth watching, even if a bit long (about 25 mins.).
Hans Rosling, Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institutet and Director of Gapminder Foundation, speaking at LeWeb3 conference, Paris, 2007 (video courtesy of Robert Scoble).
Several things to notice in this video:
- statistical storytelling with amazing graphs (of interest to both students of narrative theory and visual communication or information design)
- fresh perspective on globalization, economic development, history, and environmental issues
- the power of software and animated statistical graphs to help tell stories that can change (how we see) the world
- Rosling’s message to bloggers: use blogging to connect to the whole world instead of reinforcing the homogeneity of the Western world. How do we do this? How do you do this?
One thought on “Video: Changing the world with graphs”
Very interesting thinks about perspective on globalization.
Thank you for video.
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