Here is the latest sampling from my del.icio.us favorites list. This time I chose the tags "Visualization," "VisualLanguage" and "VisualThinking." Here's what I found I have:
For Successful PowerPoint Presentations, Look to Cartoonists:
An article that encourages a look to cartoonists for inspiration for good presentations. The author posits that "some of the best uses of PowerPoint come from the masters of verbal/visual, picture/word communication: cartoonists."
Visualizing Information for Advocacy:
A .pdf booklet on how to display information.
175+ Data and Information Visualization Examples and Resources:
The title says it all...
Forms, Fields and Flows:
A short video, by the (IMHO) brilliant Dave Gray, that introduces some basic principles of visual language.
Another great video by Dave Gray on some of the cognitive challenges of the information age, and why visual language is an important tool for dealing with them.
The Back of a Napkin:
A website promoting the book, "The Back of a Napkin" by Dan Roam, that itself provides loads of information about solving business problems and communicating ideas by using visual thinking.
A flickr image collection under the tag, "Visual Thinking."