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digg labs and user behaviour visualisations

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I find digg labs very impressive as a set of visualisation tools for a fast-moving link sharing site. My own favourite is BigSpy. The wonderful Stamen Design are behind these tools, and just in case they weren’t good enough before, I notice they now have Ben “Flickr” Cerveny and Tom “Travel Time Tube Map” Carden on staff. Wow
This video of digg users swarming over the recent iPhone announcement is quite interesting.

2 Responses to digg labs and user behaviour visualisations

  1. By Headshift on February 20, 2007 at 10:02 am

    Some practical steps towards collective intelligence in the enterprise

    Looking beyond the immediate challenge of the adoption of social tools in the enterprise,
    what can we hope to achieve when there is a healthy ‘flow’ of content, traffic and ideas flowing around internal networks? Companies with hundreds or thousands o…

  2. By Headshift on February 20, 2007 at 10:21 am

    Some practical steps towards collective intelligence in the enterprise

    Looking beyond the immediate challenge of the adoption of social tools in the enterprise,
    what can we hope to achieve when there is a healthy ‘flow’ of content, traffic and ideas flowing around internal networks? Companies with hundreds or thousands o…