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Graphing Facebook Groups

April 3rd, 2011

Many of you have enjoyed my previous post on graphing your facebook friends and so I expect that you will enjoy a follow-up post with a few more ideas. In particular, you can download the social graph of a group you’re in to graph how people within it are connected, even if you’re not friends […]

Graph your Facebook friends

March 4th, 2011

As a computer science nerd, I probably get a little too excited by data visualizations and graphing. I particularly miss the Nexus facebook application, and have been looking around for a decent replacement. The lead picture is an example of a graph I’ve generated using the following method, detailed after the cut. I hope you […]

Nexus

September 18th, 2009

Update (10/19/2009): Nexus has closed down! “We shut it down because we no longer have time to maintain or operate it. We’re working on a lot of new things, but they’re unrelated to Nexus.” The source code is posted on their notice at http://apps.facebook.com/_nexus_/ if you want to give it a try. Think about the […]

IB Featured Alumni

October 20th, 2008

I was recently selected as an “IB Featured Alumni” because of my role as the creator of the relatively popular Facebook group, “IB Survivors.” See IB’s bio of me on Facebook here, or see my reposted biography after the jump.

Firefox Tools Part 2

June 17th, 2008

It’s been almost two years since I posted my last entry on Firefox add-ons and customizations. I posted that about three weeks after Firefox 2 was relased, and now I’m posting this entry just before Firefox 3 is released. Somewhat fitting, although this will probably be a little outdated in less than half a day. […]

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