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March 20, 2006



I read an excerpt of this in Harpers a while back. I liked his TV plotline charts showing the narrative complexity of 'Starsky and Hutch' versus 'Hill Street Blues' versus (I think) '24'. It was pretty interesting, but then, I like charts.


I think you'd like this book there were several charts like the one you mention, which was compared to The Sopranos rather than 24. Finally, justification for our viewing habits!


you should check out some of Edward R. Tufte's books. he's the master of information display. he makes some mean charts.

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