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    Eric Fischer map

  • Lu Burnell

    See Something or Say Something Dta viz maps that categorize the world, not according to geography, but according to less tangible, more socially meaningful things--in this case, Twitter and Flickr geotags. By Eric Fischer

  • Lizzie Way

    Infographic Of The Day: Using Twitter And Flickr Geotags To Map The World

  • Jack Mason

    That map you see above isn't a picture of the earth, seen from space. Rather, it's a map of the locations attached to every tweet and Flickr photo. What results is a remarkable picture of how each service has spread across the globe.

  • Ade Chong

    Using Twitter and Flickr #geotags to draw amazing maps of the world

  • Andrew Althouse

    Are these lights? No, Twitter and Flickr Geotags. Pretty sweet!

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