Start-Up Proposes Visual Instruments for Social Data Expression

Did you feel the disturbance in the force? Conceptual thinker Ben Cerveny and visualization-guru Tom Carden, both from Stamen Design in their previous life, have just launched a new visualization venture, called bloom. Bloom seems to focus on “pop-cultural instruments for data expression and exploration“, creating “new type of visual discovery experiences” that help people see “patterns and rhythms in the online services you care about“. Or, put in different words, they promise to present an “ever-changing, ever-increasing variety of views onto the world’s most popular web services like Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, YouTube, Netflix, Dropbox, Instagram, and so on“. One can only get very excited and curious after reading all this…

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