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Interesting link : http://aaronland.info/nytimes/

Read the blurb at the top and then click on the first link [http://aaronland.info/nytimes/related/].

The top image is a map where the top NY Times stories are plotted… but below that is a thought-map, of sorts… a link-chart of buzzwords.

kinda neat… to see that almost everything links to “violence” and that the “united church of christ” links only to “churches”, “television”, and “advertising”.

just random / interesting.

The New York Times includes a large amount of topical metadata with each article it publishes. These daily dumps plot the relationships, and geographies, of each article and are archived as RDF, XHTML and SVG maps.


My uncle sent me the following, somewhat related link : http://www.wburg.com/0202/arts/lombardi.html. It’s a good read and similar to the above discussed thought-map (but more visually appealing).

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