Maybe that’s all I need to say. The $4 to $1 campaign failed. Big time.
Thanks to the 18 folks who supported it. (I thanked each one by email when the pledge came in. I may do another email round later.)
I might do a post mortem later on. I might not. It’s a Monday sort of Monday.
On a completely different topic:
What the *B(#^ is it about infographics that causes people to take “facts” seriously even when there are no sources given and the “facts” are wildly improbable? There’s an “awful facts about reading” infographic making the rounds that has no sources, includes wildly improbable “facts” that are refuted by, well, every other survey that’s been done–and turn out to be based on a ten-year-old statement from some group I’ve never heard of that, itself, doesn’t really provide sources. But hey, it’s an infographic: It Must Be Taken Seriously. Arggh…
Or does this mean that I should scrap $4 to $1 and turn it into a series of, what, 400 infographics, so that it’s taken seriously?