Last week, MIT Media Lab released a new online tool, “Immersion”. The interactive tool allows users to track their own online presence in a way similar to that of NSA and PRISM. Immersion enables users to view all of their past connections since the activation of their accounts and associate them in a simplified visual way. Talk about a trip down memory lane! Continue reading immersion: MIT’s new interactive e-mail analysis tool
When you run into a problem there are often several ways to approach the situation. Sometimes there can be an overwhelming number of steps. Thankfully, we’ve come across a straightforward map that can help!
With Apple and Google in a mapping face-off, consumers and techies alike can only sit in anticipation of the result and take heed as competitors emerge from the shadows. Continue reading Welcome to the Mapping Wars
After stumbling across this map on Pinterest, the history major in me couldn’t help but be thoroughly impressed with the multidimensional set of data it captured. “The Histomap,” — created by cartographer John Sparks in 1931 — captures the history of major nations and empires over time, relative to the global power they contained.