Call it whimsical, slacking, etc. When I saw that good old Yuma, Arizona had the most annual sunshine hours of any city in the world, I thought to myself, “What would USA Today do?” Here is my #MakeoverMonday dataviz for week 44. I wanted to do something simple and fun, so here you go! Here […]

Readers: Today, I attended a presentation, at the State Capitol, which was hosted by Tableau and Grant Thornton. Grant Thornton is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, one of the world’s leading organizations of independent audit, tax and advisory firms. Round-Table Discussion The notes below are my notes from the round-table discussion today […]

Readers: Next year, the Super Bowl will be held here in Glendale, Arizona at the Arizona Cardinals Stadium. Here is an infographic from The East Valley Tribune that discusses the many amazing features of the stadium, including the first fully retractable natural grass playing surface built in the United States. See you on the sidelines. Best […]

Visionary architect Paolo Soleri, the Italian-born designer of the experimental city called Arcosanti in the high desert 60 miles north of Phoenix, died last Tuesday. He was 93. [SOURCE] Soleri, one of the few remaining direct disciples of Frank Lloyd Wright, actually saw few of his projects built. But his exalted manifestos on a revolutionary […]

In the Sunday edition of The Arizona Republic (April 7th, 2013), they began a series on Immigration Reform: Border Security. As many of you know, this is a hot potato issue in the State of Arizona right now. I was pleasantly surprised to see a two page spread infographic on this topic. Below is the […]