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April 07, 2009


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Stan Magniant

Dear Bill, thanks for mentioning this NYT article which I probably would have missed otherwise. Couldn't help commenting when I read your last paragraph about density maps for the web. And coincidentally, there's a panel at Ad:Tech Paris *today* which will show exactly this type "Information Visualization" work: a visualization of buzz propagation over web networks similar in design to those Manhattan buzz maps. Here's a sneak preview if you'd like: http://linkfluence.blip.tv/#1943202 (full disclosure: I work for the research firm which created this animation)

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