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Briefly, I just spotted this graphic on the BBC site. I'd love to look at creating the same sort of chart from mining references in social media.
March 06, 2007 in bbc | Permalink
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Interesting software and graph, with a high level of conciseness.
As far as content is concerned, I am not sure how will USAn and Israelian people appreciate to be in the same class than Iran or North Korea...
March 06, 2007 at 07:40 PM
Here's what Sucks/Rocks has to say: http://www.sucks-rocks.com/rate/Great+Britain/United+Kingdom/European+Union/North+Korea/France/Iran/USA/China/England/Russia/Venezuela/Canada/Japan/India/Israel
Geoffrey Wiseman |
March 08, 2007 at 10:08 PM
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