Graphic: Who Rules America

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Annoted to add 1% Triangle

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Apr 19

Graphic: Open Commons Enabling Practices

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Source: Michel Bauwens: Toward an Open Commons-Based Knowledge Society
– Changing the Productive Matrix of Ecuador

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Feb 10

Graphic: New EIN Corporate Logo

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Graphic Artistry by Six-Penny Graphics

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Feb 1

Graphic: New EIN Method Logo

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Graphic Artistry by Six-Penny Graphics

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Feb 1

Graphic: Why War Not Peace?

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Jul 19

Winslow Wheeler: Graphics Lie — and Tell the Truth — a Comparative Commentary on the Actual US Defense Budget from 1947 to Date

Winslow Wheeler

Winslow Wheeler

In a two part series (titled “The Defense Budget Is Even Larger than You Think”) at Time magazine’s Battleland blog, I attempt to explain how high spending advocates and even the Department of Defense misuse and manipulate budget data to alter public and congressional perceptions of the contemporary size of DOD spending.  The differences between what the Pentagon’s self-serving data present to the public and what is shown by generally used measures of the American economy amounts to hundreds of billions of dollars in some cases.  The generally accepted, non-DOD budget history data I use for this analysis (described in more detail in tomorrow’s Part II) put the current defense budget debate and assertions that Pentagon spending is shrinking to “dangerously low” levels in an entirely new perspective.

Part I, “Cooked Books Tell Tall Tales,” describes the subtle, and not so subtle, ways that the Pentagon and other high spending advocates distort DOD’s budget history to make the public and Congress think they need to cough up more money.  Find this first installment at

Cooked Books Tell Tall Tales

By July 15, 2013

The Defense Budget Is Even Larger than You Think: Part one of two.

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Jul 15

Graphic: Big Data Sucks — At Multiple Levels

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Stephen E. Arnold: A Fresh Look at Big Data & Big Data (-) Human Factor (+) Transformation (+) RECAP

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May 9

Graphic: Four Forces After Next with IO Updated

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Citation: Robert David Steele, “Graphic:  Four Forces After Next with IO Updated,” Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog (3 April 2013).

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Apr 3

Graphic: NATO Wild Card – 1st of 3 Multinational Decision-Support Centres?

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Citation: Robert David Steele, “Graphic: NATO Wild Card – 1st of 3 Multinational Decision-Support Centres?,” Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog (3 April 2013).

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Apr 3

Graphic: Multinational Regional Intelligence-Operations Support Centre (Station)

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Citation: Robert David Steele, “Graphic:  Multinational Regional Intelligence-Operations Support Centre (Station),” Phi Beta Iota Public Intelligence Blog (3 April 2013).

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Apr 3