I’ve been playing around with the new Google N Gram viewer and the emerging field of culturomics, the application of high-throughput data collection and analysis to the study of human culture. It’s interesting to see that Timothy was more common in 1920 and that information has grown faster than knowledge In 500 Billion Words, a New Window on Culture – NYTimes.com.
- Culturomics looks at the birth and death of words (nextlevelofnews.com)
- Semantics: Ecohydrology vs. Hydroecology (snowhydro1.wordpress.com)
- Digital Signage in the Workplace Trends (themarlincompany.com)