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Visualization and Writing ‘sins’

Visualization and Writing links: Trends in Technology | – “This infographic shows technology trends over the past two decades. One side represents changes in technology regarding our personal lives, while the right side represents changes regarding the workplace. Ever since email revolutionized the workplace in 1990, many products like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and iMeet […]

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Information Fluency, Information Visualization Information Fluency and Education Reform: Assessment Tools and Across-the-Curriculum Initiative (tags: assessment digital fluency) Information Is Beautiful | Ideas, issues, knowledge, data – visualized! Very nice site. Recommended by Megan Hicks (tags: visualization design information data blog)

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The Web’s Stories, Embedding Silicon Chips inside Human Cells, Google Chrome Videos

These links may not go too well together, but they are the some of the ones I was getting together for my class, Introduction to Computer Science, the other day. The first is another good TED talk. Jonathan HArris talks about ways to map, view the stories, blog entries on the Web. Very interesting stuff, […]

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Links for 2010-01-02: Video Tutorials, Protovis for representing data, Open Street Map

VideoTutorialZone | Home- “here you will find a collection of free video tutorials with no strings attached. All high quality instructional videos for the upper crust of the tech world. You will never see a video here called ‘How to Use EBay’, but you might find ‘How to write an automated last-minute bidding script […]

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