I’m sorry but this one weirded me out a bit. It seems that the CSI-verse just got a step closer with Crime scenes with shapes from Microsoft Office Templates.
You need to have a copy of Visio 2003 to use this template, (it uses updated versions of the crime scene shapes that were available in Microsoft Visio 5.0 and Microsoft Visio 2000. Who knew?). The template provides a small site sample as well as small-sized, medium-sized, and large-sized site pages with reference points, text blocks, and scale symbols built in, as well as many new shapes for creating Visio drawings to depict crime, accident, or incident scenes for courtroom presentations.
So now when you spend Tuesday arguing over coffee (assuming your shiny new workplace agreement continues to allows such things) you can whip out your diagram of what you think happened and convincingly win the closing address before heading back to your desk.
It just keeps getting weirder out there. I find it strangely disturbing that there is a need for a template of this kind. Naive of me? Probably. Worrying? Absolutely.