CABINET // A Timeline of Timelines

CABINET // A Timeline of Timelines.

What could be better for this class and the first assignment than a timeline of timelines?  Although this web page isn’t highly visual, be sure to check out the poster version of the information to see the power of communicating the same information more visually.  Notice that Minard’s infographic about Napoleon’s march to Moscow is here, as are other items we have seen.  The 1950 timeline of an atomic bomb explosion is an excellent example of a really small scale timeline: millisecond changes.


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