VisLives!

Visualization as I see it.

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What Do You Love? Visualization

Recently, Google quietly launch WDYL (What Do You Love?)  You provide a search query, which WDYL uses to build a web portal to several Google web-sites:

  • Search (image, patents, book, blog, maps, news)
  • Alerts
  • Trends
  • Gmail
  • Sketchup
  • YouTube
  • Translate
  • Moderator
  • Voice
  • Groups
  • Calendar
  • Earth
  • Chrome
  • Mobile

Natuarlly, one of the first searches I tried was for “visualization”.  Here’s the result and a screenshot (see below).

A few of the links are quite useful, e.g. I added the Google Alert web-feed to my Google Reader account, but exploring visualization in 3D (Sketchup) or scouring the earth for visualization (Google Earth) don’t make sense (but they might for other queries).

Anyway, give it a go – if you find anything interesting please let me know.

Tech Company Organizational Charts

Clever satirical commentary by Emmanuel Cornet on several large tech companies expressed as organisational charts.

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