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The Feltron Report

The Feltron Annual reports were very interesting to me, albeit kind of frustrating at the same time. The interesting part of the reports were the abundance of information that they held within, ranging from significant events in Felton’s life to very minor details. The amount of information available in the reports was boundless. The problem I had with the reports was basically exactly what I found interesting about it. The amount of information tended to clog the pages to the point that it was hard to really get a handle on each piece of information. However, the different medias used to convey all the information were entertaining to look at and study, and with a more conservative approach rather than a very liberal spraying of graphs and charts the report would have been excellently concise and informative, but all in all it seemed to try and show off a little too much what ways it could convey the information it had.

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