This Wordle shows the relative number of #IntLib10 tweets per tweeter so far.
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Internet Librarian Topics 1997-2009
As suggested by Kathy Dempsey, author of The Accidental Library Marketer and one of the fine bloggers at The ‘M’ Word – Marketing Libraries blog, here is a collection of Wordles based on the final program for each of the Internet Librarian conferences from 1997 to 2009.
In the course of compiling this information I was struck, once again, by how far we have come. Currently the Internet Librarian and Computers in Libraries conference programs are published using XML and XLST so if we make a change to a session title or description or a speaker’s bio, its pushed out in the XML file and instantly the site s up to date everywhere that information is used. Going back in time for this information was like an archeological dig through the the history of web development all the way back to the days before CSS and to when ITI hand coded the entire program in plain HTML.
When it comes to working with data on the web, there were no “good old days” to look back on with fondness in my opinion.
As requested, here are the source files I used – minus the year seedings: ILWordleSourcefiles.zip
For a full size animation of the sort below, visit Internet Librarian Through the Years.
Year by Year
Jane Dysart messaged me earlier on Twitter and bounced over the idea about using the #CIL2010 TwapperKeeper Notebook to create a Wordle. I took one look at all the tags and abbreviations and realized that would be messy, but her idea sounded fun if we just used the Twitter ID’s of those who used the #CIL2010 hashtag.
This Wordle is made from the Twitter ID’s of everyone who used the #CIL2010 tag 5 times or more whether they were in attendance or not (yea, I mean you Tom Bruno/@oodja).
On Monday at CIL Greg Notess talked searching conversations and I’m really excited about mining the conversations at CIL. Darlene Fichter just posted a tweet cloud , using TagCrowd.com, reflecting 24 hours of Twitter conversation about #CIL2009. Jason Clark did a Wordle cloud based on the CIL 2009 conference program. And here is my (well JD did help me!) Wordle cloud based on our blog posts about CIL2009.