Category Archives: visualization

We need more critical thinking

The glut of information and social networking tools is not exactly strengthening our ability for critical thinking. On the contrary. Unfortunately it is often being exploited by bigots who continue to play on humans’ base instincts and polarize rather than … Continue reading

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Social browsing?

Web 2.0 is rolling on. I just came across these two pieces of software Flock (link) and Viewzi (link). Flock is a social-web browser based on Mozilla, that gives a hint of the potential to develop specialist browsers. I’m not … Continue reading

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