Tourism, leisure and violence in Israel

Tourism, education, leisure and violence; it is not an obvious relationship but if you are into it you can try to join an Al Qaeda trainingscamp. I would not recommend that though, I would advice you to go to Israel and join anti-terrorism, fighting courses and so on. These are booming and well equipped according to newspaper Telegraaf. Continue Reading →

Chart Wars: The Political Power of Data Visualization

Political leaders, social movements and opinion leaders use visual rhetoric for the public representation and manipulation of their ideological messages by means of culturally recognizable symbols but (and this is the interesting part of chart wars) also by more abstract images conveying the message of chaos or order. What people need to know about the political power of visualizing data in 5 minu Continue Reading →