Showing posts with label Maps. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Maps. Show all posts

Monday, January 11, 2010

NowandNext Trend map for 2010 and out to 2050

Done it again! For 2010 and beyond Richard Watson of NowandNext created a detailed map with five time zones, ranging from 2010-2015 out to 2035-2050. Highlighting the Megatrends: Ageing, Power shift East, Globalization, Localization, Digitalization, Personalization, Volatility, Individualism, Environmental changes, Sustainability, Debts, Urbanization


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You can download the new and previouse maps here at nowandnext.com (as PDF's)

via / more at Ross Dawson's 'Trends in the Living Networks'

Last year's Trend Blend 2009+

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Social Media Landscape Chart: China (vs ROW)

Matt McDougall ( @sinotechian )created a chart showing the player in China's Social Media Scene



On his sinotechblog you find a larger version of this chart, plus links to all companies.

The chart structure looks similar to Fred Cavazza Social Media landscape diagram from june last year, but the major player, as you can best see from Fred's Update 04/2009 on Flickr.

Monday, June 08, 2009

Für Freunde von Social Networks World Maps

auf der Basis von Alexa und Google Trends (Ausschnitt)


Link: Interaktive Social Networks World Map

Und nur zur Demonstration, wie heftig man daneben liegen kann, zeigen die über Alexa / Google Trends erhobenen und präsentierten populärsten Social Netzwerke für Deutschland:

Nr. 1. Facebook
Nr. 2. StudyVZ
Nr. 3. MySpace



more / via Vincos Blog (Vincenzo Cosenza) | via LeanderWattig.de

Monday, April 13, 2009

Social Media Sketch - Easter '09

Birger Hartung hat seine Social Media Sketch aus Dezember 2008 aktualisiert und verbessert ... (Links to birgerking on Flickr - verschiedene Größen)



"Easter Edition 09 of my whiteboard sketch about the internet, the future of social media, the opportunitys and goals of communities ..." mehr

Kleiner Tip: an den Farben orientieren und studieren!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

WiWo: Schwindelnde Vielfalt auf dem Zeitungsmarkt

die WirtschaftsWoche Karte des deutschen Zeitschriftenmarkts (auf wiwo.de) zeigt was die 10 größten Verlagsgruppen ihr eigen nennen dürfen - 60 % des Marketes.



zum Beitrag WiWo Map (und Poster, PDF)

andere Beiträge zum Thema Zeitungen

Saturday, December 20, 2008

NowandNext.com: Trend Blend Map 2009+

Moving from a supportive (subway) map to a indomitable multi-tentacled hydra (monster) and many risk imps



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Created by Future Exploration Network’s Chief Futurist Richard Watson, also of NowandNext.com, the 2009 trend map moves on from the subway map theme of the last years to show the multi-tentacled hydra that is the year ahead ... more

Trend Blend Map 2008 | Other Maps on this blog

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Die Welt aus dem Blickwinkel der Chefredaktion

Paul Bradshaw zeigt auf OJB, welche Länder und Regionen mehr (oder weniger) Aufmerksamkeit erhalten, immer aus Sicht einer bestimmten Zeitung ... (2007) je nach Aufmerksamkeit schrumpfen Länder oder ganze Kontinente oder blähen sich auf.

Die Daten stammen aus der Dissertation von Nicolas Kayser-Bril.

Beispiel: The Guardian



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Das Flash-Tool hat Nicolas Kayser-Bril auf L'observatoire des Mèdias zur Verfügung gestellt ...


via/mehr von Nicolas

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Mapping the Internet

Juice Analytics has build, based on ComScore Data (Aug - Nov '07) this interesting, interactive Treemap of the Internet


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© 2007 Juice, Inc.

It gives a good picture about which sites are has won the visitors/users and who shares or owns the Internet in a respective Category.

Go to the juice analytics click on the the categories you are interested and explore the 'hidden' data in this interactive map ... but give yourself a time limit before you go, this interactive map is a very sticky one!

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via ComScore Voices

Saturday, February 02, 2008

Web Trend Map 2008 (Beta)



Von den Information Architects Japan gibt es jetzt (auch) den Update zu den knapp 300 der einflussreichsten und erfolgreichsten Websites, ... hier : in verschiedenen Größen u.a. DIN A3 PDF und als interaktive Version (mit zusätzlichen Info's zu den Stationen)

Eintrag vom 31-Januar-2008
Trend Blend Map 2008

Früherer Eintrag
Web Trend Map 2007 Version 2.0 (Update)

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Trend Blend Map 2008

Nowandnext.com and Future Exploration Network have updated their Trend-Map-2008 + around Digitalization, Globalization, Virtual worlds, Anxiety and Aging


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(c) Published under CC 2.5 (PDF)

via ANDERS|denken

Earlier entry:
Webtrend Blend Map 2007 Plus

Monday, July 30, 2007

A Global Map of Digital Inclusion (& Exclusion)

Maplecroft Interactive Map



"The map features 178 countries coloured in green, pink, purple and red according to one of four distinct levels of digital access as presented in the ITU DAI – high, upper, medium and low. Red and purple shading indicates lower levels of digital access and pink and green shading indicates higher levels of digital access ..." more at Maplecroft

via Amy Gahran

Friday, July 13, 2007

Web Trend Map 2007 Version 2.0 (Update)



The 200 most successful websites on the web, ordered by category, proximity, success, popularity and perspective ... here

Online version clickable with additional information about each 'station'.

Update info via
Robert

Sunday, July 01, 2007

A World Map of Social Networks

Nick Denton shared at Valleywag the World Map of Social Networks



There are quite a few important countries still missing, but ...
great map and country list by network
at Valleywag

Some addition / correction:
China = http://www.51.com/
Japan = http://mixi.jp
Russia = http://www.vkontakte.ru

via Jeremiah Owyang Social Network usage by Country

Thursday, January 04, 2007

Webtrend Blend Map 2007 Plus

Nowandnext and Future Exploration Network have produced this valuable webtrend map for 2007 ff


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(c) Published under CC 2.5

Using the tube map to lay out the 2007 trends around

- Ageing
- Anxiety
- Ethics
- Globalisation
- Happiness
- Personalisation
- Premiumisation
- Resource scarcity
- Sustainability
- Urbanisation

via psfk
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