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and I’ve create my first project:
I’ve been reading a blog post by Punya Mishra on how fast information travel speed has changed over the last centuries (http://punya.educ.msu.edu/2009/09/09/speed-of-travel-of-information/) and I wanted to create a visual, graphical representation of the data quoted…
Somehow the link to your visualization got lost: http://manyeyes.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/visualizations/speed-of-information-travel-to-lon
This data set shows how technology can change the connectivity of people profoundly. The technology also changes the way people communicate (just think of how we write letters and how we write Twitter updates), but I think it takes longer (in general) to adapt these new communication “rules” than being happy about reaching somebody else faster.
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