Very nice, but why?
I won't be blogging so much for a couple of days, or three. Probably.
So here's a link which may or may not interest you but sure as wotsits boggles me.Color Code is a full-color portrait of the English language.
The artwork is an interactive map of more than 33,000 words. Each word has been assigned a color based on the average color of images found by a search engine. The words are then grouped by meaning. The resulting patterns form an atlas of our lexicon. -- Martin Wattenberg.
Martin Wattenberg's work centers on the theme of making the invisible visible. Past projects include the Thinking Machine series, the NameVoyager, The Shape of Song, the Whitney Artport's Idea Line, and Apartment. Wattenberg is a researcher at IBM, where he creates new forms of data visualization. He is also known for the SmartMoney.com Map of the Market. He holds a Ph.D. in mathematics from U.C. Berkeley.
Very nice, Martin. But why?