A new blogging challenge has emerged called blimage – a “blog image” challenge: You must use an image sent to you and “incorporate it into your blog, and write a post about learning based on it…Then pass an image of your choice on to someone else so they can do their own #blimage challenge.” Read… Read more Blimage Challenge: The Rock Arch
Harold Jarche had an interesting post today on “Leveraging Visualization” that included his LinkedIn Connections. His map shows lots of nodes amid his distributed connections. It got me thinking about what my map might look like, so I used LinkedIn Labs website to create my own map: What is apparent (to me) is that I… Read more A Piece of My Network
Last week, alongside engaging with the week’s tasks, we were invited to begin experimenting with visual ways of representing our understanding of being human in a digital world. Several hundred images were uploaded to Flickr. You can see the entries in Flickriver – and even click interesting ones to vote for the best. I thought… Read more EDCMOOC Flickr Competition
A few years back, the online comic XKCD put out a Map Of Online Communities. I used it as an icebreaker in more than one presentation or online class. Now, Ethan Bloch has updated this view of the social media landscape with a new map: . I love the fact that even the lolcats got… Read more An Updated Social Networking Map
This is a cool little application that creates a mosaic of the avatars of those who follow you on Twitter. Here is what mine looks like:
I was checking out a cool visualization application that Jeff Nugent alerted me to in Twitter this morning – Twitter StreamGraph. I entered “elearning” and got the following graph: Since Twitter Streamgraph grabs the last 200 tweets that used the word “elearning”, it makes me wonder what happened on August 6th that jumped its usage… Read more What Happened August 6th?