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There was once a graphic. It wasn’t just a graphic. It was an infographic.

Such a beautiful thing it was, she always explained everything so clearly. She visualised data like nothing else. At the same time she was very direct – she gave you straight facts, unequivocal statistics and raw numbers. You could always figure things out.

She boldly went where no one went before. So beautiful yet so clear minded, who wouldn’t aspire to reach such perfection? So others tried to emulate her – maybe out of envy, maybe out of admiration, it doesn’t matter, emulation is the best form of flattery. And so it multiplied.

Like tribbles.

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In a timely coincidence, a few days after I decided to write this post, headlines like this began to spread across the UK media landscape. With its usual morbid delight, the press was foretelling the impending doom and destruction due to be visited upon on our islands by a particularly nasty early winter storm.

What does this have to do with Hummingbird and Penguin? Well, as I see it, these are game changers for the search landscape. Continue Reading

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