Jon Schull attempts to map a conversation thread spread among several blogs. 03/17/03 update: Towards structured blogging. 05/21/03 update: Dynamics of a Blogosphere Story. 04/16/04 update: Sharpreader – Threaded RSS…. Read more »
"AMZNVista allows you to browse Amazon’s Collaborative Filter ("people who bought this also bought X, Y and Z") data." Another fun Touchgraph mapping application.
Browse Google "related pages" with a Touchgraph-based mapping interface. See also The Google API Is a Two-Way Street and Visualizing Googlespace.
BBC: "Mr Chirac however insisted that his decision was a principled one." It still took him two days to come at such a conclusion, while his spokewoman Roselyne Bachelot said… Read more »
Lots of examples gathered by the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland. Some are more or less ordered, others favor aspect ratio for that squary look seen at… Read more »
Work at UC Berkeley that reminds me of Netscan by Microsoft Research: "Conversation Map is a newsgroup browser that is designed to make it easier for participants to understand and… Read more »
France Telecom has a very lousy core yellow pages service, but it comes with a fun extension. This site shows you a picture of where I live (2nd floor, just… Read more »
Microsoft: "Microsoft MapPoint .NET is a hosted, programmable XML Web Service that allows you to integrate high-quality maps, driving directions, distance calculations, proximity searches and other location intelligence into your… Read more »
Keyhole: "fuses high-resolution satellite and aerial imagery, elevation data, GPS coordinates, and overlay information about cities and businesses to deliver a streaming, 3D map of the entire globe." You want… Read more »
This app maps the 400 richest people in the US, as tracked by Forbes for the last 5 years. Look at the Silicon Valley, but don’t blink. 02/29/04 update: 1996-2003… Read more »