Data Visualization

Jan 02, '08
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Two Things That Must be Said!

 

Two very important things to be said at this moment:


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Jul 18, '07
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Will Wright on TED

 

Will Wright introduces his beautiful and brilliant and timely new game, Spore.


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Jul 11, '07

Jonathan Harris on TED

 

Jonathan Harris of 10x10, We Feel Fine, and Universe talks about his work:


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Sep 06, '06
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Tracking Links

 

Link Spice, a simple new pepper for Mint.


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Sep 27, '05
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database cleaning

 

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Spent a big part of today messing with Buzztracker quarterly cleaning.

The databases usually fill up within 3 months time. I always put it off until the last minute because it's such a slow, tedious process -- this cleaning up of old data, archiving, and making sure everything comes out squeaky clean.


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Sep 19, '05

life tracking

 

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Onlife
is a very cool, simple little OS X app that tracks how you use applications and what you spend your time doing in those apps. It's still in its infancy so here's to hoping that they expand the applications supported in the near future (currently only Safari, Textedit, Mail, iChat, iTunes and FireFox are supported). Which is a shame because I use Camino and VooDooPad for most of my browsing and writing.
(via information aesthetics)



Sep 08, '05
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bookslutted

 

Colleen at Bookslut gives Chin Music Press, Kuhaku and Buzztracker one heck of a writeup. Go check it out along with the rest of their great articles.



Sep 06, '05
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buzzcasted

 

For the first time to my knowledge, Buzztracker was podcasted. A calm and collected David Warlick shares his kind thoughts on Buzztracker and the implications for teaching using these sorts of tools. Thanks David!

(The Buzztracker bit is towards the end of the Podcast).



Sep 04, '05

tufte on cancer

 

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The forums over at Edward Tufte's site are impressive not only because of the seriousness of discussion but also because of the sheer length these discussions go on for.


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Sep 03, '05
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new orleans, interview

 

As Buzztracker is now (I think more accurately) showing -- things are not good in New Orleans. A radio interview with the Mayor.



Sep 02, '05
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us news?

 

Making some changes to the way US news stories are incorperated into Buzztracker results. This should hopefully account for the bizarre lack of international news regarding the recent and ongoing New Orleans events.



Sep 02, '05
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levees?

 

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The New York Times has a nice interactive piece putting into perspective the levee system, the location of the Mississippi river, Lake Pontchartrain and what parts of the city are actually flooded.



Aug 29, '05
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infosthetics

 


The information aesthetics weblog keeping you up to date on "creative information visualization." I like.



Aug 25, '05
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information mauro

 

Have been following the blog of Mauro Cherubini lately. Frequent interesting posts on all sorts of data visualization goodness.



 
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