Credits: Michiel Berger (@michielb), Anne Helmond (@silvertje), Marvin de Reuver (@marvindereuver), Esther Weltevrede (@esthr) A few days ago Marvin Reuver and I received data about the number of Twitter users per city in the Netherlands from Michiel Berger from the Twittergids. The Twittergids contains 238,000 registered Twitter users in the Netherlands as of January 14,… Read more Visualization of the top 25 Twitter cities in the Netherlands
In a continuing quest for personalization Google seems to be turning the web into a “logged-in web”, where you receive personalized results for queries based on whether or not you are logged into an external service/platform. In this screenshot Google shows me four of my Flickr contacts for the query Flickr. Google knows I am… Read more Google presents “the logged-in web”
This series of reports on the Software Fun (Funware) symposium held on November 27, 2010 at Baltan LaboratoriesÂ were commissioned by Baltan and MU. At the beginning of his talk Wilfried Hou Je Bek admits he is struggling with the idea of software and fun. He starts his talk with passages from William Burroughs, who was… Read more Funware: Wilfried Hou Je Bek – The programmer as shaman?
This map provides an insight into the linking practices of a part of the Dutch blogosphere. Download full map as PDF. Starting points provided by Bert Brussen’s blogpost (including comments) calling for “weblogs that matter anno 2010.” This is not the “whole” Dutch blogosphere, it maps the interlinking practices of the blogs of the startinglist.… Read more Snapshot of the Dutch Blogosphere December 2010
More snow in Amsterdam pictures on Flickr.
Winter has arrived in Amsterdam. First, it was freezing cold with record low temperatures for November and then we were hit by an amazing amount of snow. I took a walk around Westerpark to feel and hear the crisp of fresh snow and took some photos (more on Flickr).