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MSN History Visualization
Author(s):
Natalia Rojas
Institution:
(unknown)
Year:
2005
URL:
http://www.nataliarojas.com/p55/msn_history/
Project Description:
This project has been initiated during the first "Digital Information Design Camp" (DID), a three-week-long course organized by Professor John Maeda in the summer of 2005, and its original idea (v.1.0) was done with the supervision of Ben Fry. MSN History Visualization reads the xml files that are being stored by the MSN, and makes a graphical display that allows comparisons between conversations with different people and tries to answer to the following questions:

- How many words do I use to write in each utterance?
- Which are the words that I use at the most?

The application has been thought to be downloaded and used by any person who has stored his conversations using the MSN history.

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