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The Evolution of the Web

The Evolution of the Web The Evolution of the Web

The folks over at Google Chrome have teamed up with Hyperakt and Vizzuality to put together the 2011 version of the Evolution of the Web visualization. Read more

Social Memories

Social Memories Social Memories

Wouldn't it be nice to have a tangible record of your social networking activities? Let's say a collection of your most awkward photos, hilarious rants and embarrassing events that you could share many years from now with your grandchildren. Read more

Notabilia Visualizes Deletion Discussions on Wikipedia

Notabilia Visualizes Deletion Discussions on Wikipedia Notabilia Visualizes Deletion Discussions on Wikipedia

To celebrate Wikipedia's 10th Birthday Notabilia investigates the "Article for Deletion" discussions by the editors. The two interactive visualizations show the 100 longest discussions about articles that eventually got kept or deleted. Read more

Tracking the MTV 2010 Video Music Awards

Tracking the MTV 2010 Video Music Awards Tracking the MTV 2010 Video Music Awards

For this years MTV Video Music Awards, the music channel collaborated with Twitter and the good folks at Stamen to track the activity throughout the event. Read more

Twitter as a Parade

Twitter as a Parade Twitter as a Parade

KDDI, Japan’s second largest cellphone carrier, launched a new Twitter related mashup called IS Parade. It's a fun little visualization of Twitter data that let's you create a virtual parade to celebrate your username or any other keyword. Read more

A Big Bang called Twitter

A Big Bang called Twitter A Big Bang called Twitter

From Information Architects comes the new Web Trend Map for 2010. This years version is called Cosmic 140 and it shows the most influential people o Twitter. Read more

New Twitter Data from Infochimps

New Twitter Data from Infochimps New Twitter Data from Infochimps

Infochimps, the open marketplace for data, just released their updated Twitter Census dataset with over 1.6Billion Tweets. The data consists of various subsets for you to grab and play with. Read more

Build Your Own Linked Data Application

Build Your Own Linked Data Application Build Your Own Linked Data Application

The New York Times has been busy publishing their news vocabulary as linked open data since 2009. Now, Evan Sandhaus has published a short but thorough tutorial about building an application that's based on this data. Read more

Tim Berners-Lee on Open & Linked Data

Tim Berners-Lee on Open & Linked Data Tim Berners-Lee on Open & Linked Data

In 2010 Tim Berners-Lee returned to TED to follow up his great speech about open and linked data from 2009. At this years conference Sir Berners-Lee presented some of the results that sprouted from open data. Read more

The GRAMMYs Visualized by the Fans

The GRAMMYs Visualized by the Fans The GRAMMYs Visualized by the Fans

For the 52nd Annual GRAMMY® Awards the Recording Academy® and TBWA put more focus on the voice of the fans than their eyes or ears. In addition to the regular advertising campaign the put up a website and a visualization that let's the fans speak up. Read more

Elastic View on 5 Years of Infosthetics

Elastic View on 5 Years of Infosthetics Elastic View on 5 Years of Infosthetics

As nice little birthday present to Infosthetics.com Moritz Stefaner has created an adaption from his Elastic Lists project to revamp five years of excellent content on infosthetics.com. Read more

We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion

We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion

Sep Kamvar and Jonathan Harris have taken their interactive application "We Feel Fine" to another level—or should I say they taken it to a more basic level? In addition to the playful visualization they released a beatifully designed book entitled We Feel Fine: An Almanac of Human Emotion. Read more

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