Visualizing feeds

by | Friday, December 12, 2008

Sean Nash of Nashworld (recognizing a fellow data visualization junkie in me) had sent me this link a while ago … but I just got around to it today. Check out FeedVis. So what does FeedVis do – think of it as a tag-cloud generator on steroids. Lots of fun there – jump in and click around.

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