The F#.NET Journal just published an article by Don Ryan about graphics and visualization:
"The great sage and writer, Leo Tolstoy, was fond of applying to various aspects of life a story regarding the Russian painter Briullov who once corrected a student’s sketch by touching “it up a little here and there, and the poor, dead sketch suddenly came to life. ‘Why, you just touched it up a little bit, and everything changed,’ said one of the students. ‘Art begins where that little bit begins,’ said Briullov.”..."
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