January 9, 2004
Visiting Your Relatives Online
You can look at the pages Google determines to be “related” in a new way using Google Browser from TouchGraph. Well, a fairly new way – the system has been out for a while and it or its cousins (Amazon Browser, LiveJournal Browser) have been mentioned here and there, but my advisor, Michael Kearns, showed it to me today since it’s one of the tools we’ll be using in a new undergraduate class this semester, “Networked Life.”
January 9th, 2004 at 4:47 pm
Yeah I knew that I’d already read about this thing somewhere.
January 10th, 2004 at 10:48 am
This seems really cool. My only problem is I can’t get the damn thing to work… It just stays a blank screen for me. I’ve tried it on a Mac G4 at work yesterday and WinXP at home today; both have Java 4.0+… Anything special one has to do that’s not obvious to make it graph?
January 10th, 2004 at 11:21 am
It takes a while to load – I thought it wasn’t going to work on my iBook at first. I’ve seen it running on Windows and on my Macs. Sigh, good thing I’m going to have to support students using this program for class…
January 10th, 2004 at 12:13 pm
Actually I figured out what was wrong for me — I was entering “www.grandtextauto.org”, which comes up blank. But this is because we forward grandtextauto.org to “grandtextauto.org”; entering the latter worked fine.
*Super-cool* ! What a fun way to visualize the blogosphere!
January 15th, 2004 at 11:50 pm
There was a nice article on the Networked Life class in the Penn student newspaper today.
January 12th, 2004 at 2:10 pm
¿Por qué buscar quién enlaza a tu blog en sitios tan lineales y aburridos como Technorati o Google, cuando existe el Google Browser de Touchgraph? Introduciendo la url de cualquier web el sistema genera una visualización dinámica de su”vecindario”;no…
November 12th, 2007 at 5:50 pm
quisiera saber mi arbol genealogico desde ya muchas gracias exitos
mi padre era hector abel enrique y mi madre es maria richard.