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  • Christina Meninger 6:37 pm on February 18, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: CollectiveAccess, , , digital lost, internet psychology, visualizations   

    I stumbled upon the following site the other day:


    It is the “Archive of the Digital Lost.”

    From the website:

    “This archive is concerned with the emotional implications of: digital immateriality, atrophy, and error; deleted and overriden digital assets; technological ignorance; and obscure and irrelevant digital detritus. The collection also gathers material from the growing field of Internet Psychology.

    The collection archived here takes the form of: extant visual metaphors, non-linear documentation, relational information visualizations, other visual and textual strategies.”

    There is not too much on the site yet. However, I thought others might be interested in checking it out.

    Also, it was created using CollectiveAccess, which maybe another reason to check it out.

  • Graduate Assistant 7:40 pm on April 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: data, visualizations   

    Data Visualizations 

    This isn’t exactly cultural heritage-specific, but I know that Dr. Pattuelli is interested (as probably some of you are too) in different and innovative ways for visualizing concepts and data.  So I thought I would share this site I just stumbled upon, which reviews new visualization software and applications: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/08/02/data-visualization-modern-approaches/

    Of particular interest to us bookish types may be Amaztype, which is a search interface to create visualizations from Amazon titles and authors.

    • Cristina Pattuelli 8:05 pm on April 26, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, Sara. It is a phenomenal resource.

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