This is a super nerdy look into the Mueller report. It's not evaluating the content of the report, but how or if it holds up as a good PDF document:
This article offers two things:
- a brief, high-level technical assessment of the document, and
- a question of culture: why everyone assumes it would be delivered as a PDF file – and would have been shocked otherwise.
I guess this type of article makes some sense coming from the PDF Association, but it tickles me to look at this in a digital literacy context.
via Daring Fireball