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Monthly Archives: April 2012

MT @JenHoward: "Breaking Down Menus Digitally, Dish by Dish." http://t.co/BmpLxOLE #Crowdsourcing & the future of the #library. #cunydh12

MT @JenHoward: “Breaking Down Menus Digitally, Dish by Dish.” http://t.co/BmpLxOLE #Crowdsourcing & the future of the #library. #cunydh12 Continue reading

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DH Project at Brooklyn Museum

Just wanted to share a DH project I ran across, and some thoughts on the actual implementation. At the Brooklyn Museum they have a smart phone game. You are given a list of words to pick from (flower, horse, blue, … Continue reading

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RT @AlyciaicylA: An interesting collection of visualizations about #OWS that I thought #cunydh12 might like to see: http://t.co/R8HP5qqh

RT @AlyciaicylA: An interesting collection of visualizations about #OWS that I thought #cunydh12 might like to see: http://t.co/R8HP5qqh Continue reading

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RT @AlyciaicylA: An interesting collection of visualizations about #OWS that I thought #cunydh12 might like to see: http://t.co/R8HP5qqh

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An interesting collection of visualizations about #OWS that I thought #cunydh12 might like to see: http://t.co/R8HP5qqh

An interesting collection of visualizations about #OWS that I thought #cunydh12 might like to see: http://t.co/R8HP5qqh Continue reading

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mapping visually

Lima’s book is an absolutely new experience for me; even though I took a class in critical mapping last semester and we did cover unique, weird, and radical maps, somehow the scope was a lot more restricted than in Lima’s … Continue reading

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Hey #cunydh12, here’s a CC-licensed booklet about information design worth checking out: http://t.co/oV1TTwtr

Hey #cunydh12, here’s a CC-licensed booklet about information design worth checking out: http://t.co/oV1TTwtr Continue reading

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GeoCommons

One of the geospatial tools I tried was GeoCommons. I really like the maps featured on GeoCommons because visualizing data can really add to your overall understanding of the information. For example everyone knows what a retail behemoth Wal-Mart is … Continue reading

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As we are discussing visualizing information and tools, I didn’t want to write a long blog post with words. So I decided to share some interesting maps I found and a couple of good project that are going on right … Continue reading

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Today I discovered that Thesaurus is using 4 different visual representations tools when you look for a word. I tried Visual Thesaurus and it created and image that combines the classification of the word, its meanings and other words that relate to … Continue reading

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