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Mapping Your Drive

By | September 7, 2006

I’m a big fan of treemaps, and a big fan of anything that keeps your hard drive organised (or any kind of media, really.) So treemap software that create a map of your hard drive are hard to resist, which is why I’ve written about them a fair deal. (For an attempt at an exhaustive list of treemapping… Read More »

Mapping The News

By | April 4, 2004

I’m a recent convert to treemaps — a way of presenting information in block form, where the block denote areas of information which can then be drilled through to reach the underlying text, pictures or whatever. It’s best explained by seeing an example. Anyway, here’s a great example of a treemap, applied to news (thanks Marc’s Outlook on… Read More »