Q1. On a personal level I can be very impressed by the creativity in data visualisation (D.V.). Not only the content but the way things are presented can be quite interesting. It is true that data sharing as a whole serves its own purpose. But that's a responsibility for everyone to take on, on an individual level. How do we want to present what we want to share? Is this objective enough or does it only share what I seem relevant? With D.V. it's generally easier to get your message across. Sometimes it would be helpful to get some extra explanation though. Not all D.V. is immediately accessible Q2. Our main target audience is well educated and fast paced. They all welcome D.V. for easier understanding. We are in the line of our work increasingly moving toward visualising context. Not only data as such but processes and communications as well. (Esp. David Mc Candless, Hans Rosling and Chris Jordans approaches). I am always impressed by the fact that, no matter their level of education, people are constantly seeking tools and means for faster and better information. Maybe D.V. can be the future esperanto?