By Aaron on February 4, 2011
Far too many infographics are more about graphics than info. Visually interesting data is often prioritized over visually accurate data.
Let’s take journalism as an analogy. Journalists hold themselves and their peers to a renowned standard of integrity and ethics. With this in mind, imagine you’re reading a recap of a soccer match. In it, a player is quoted talking about the goalkeeper, saying…
By Jeffrey on January 10, 2011
Captured from Twitter, here is Tom Henrich’s partial reconstruction of my conversation with Tantek Çelik, Glenda Bautista, Andy Rutledge and others on the merits of self-hosting social content and publishing to various sites rather than aggregating locally from external sources.
By section_one on January 9, 2011
By Bradford Cross on January 5, 2011
We can learn a massive amount about people from their interactions on the internet. What kinds of products can we build now that we have this capability?
When I started thinking about these products, someone told me that he thinks personalization is bad for democracy. At first I thought that notion was absurd – after all, it is not as if the Fox News enthusiasts are out buying copies of Marx's works in order to broaden their view.
By Kelly Hodgkins on January 4, 2011
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By Adam DuVander on October 27, 2010
This guest post comes from Mano Marks, lead Developer Advocate for Google Maps and Earth. He has been helping individuals and organizations integrate Google Earth, Maps and other Google developer tools into their sites for the last four years. You can follow Mano on Twitter.