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|O'Reilly Radar, by nat on April 27, 2005:|
"The Social Explorer gives a map
interface to the 2000 census data. It's beautiful and really interesting--for example, you can chart the density
of lesbian and gay partners across the country..."
|The Changing World, by Jeremy Faludi on April 20, 2005
|Pulling Back the Curtain – Information and Knowledge Resources
"...they've done a fantastically thorough job. You can zoom all the way from the national level to ...
the street you live on, and see all sorts of different data, from income to industry to gender to ethnicity to
means of commuting to family structure.
|Ishbadiddle, by Mo-Smith Everett-Lane on April 22, 2005|
|Where The Girls Are
"... the most interesting thing about the map: it's a National Gaydar System. That's right, you can find out just where the (self-reported) gays and lesbians are. At least the ones who are in couples."
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|The Fifth Column, by Anonymous on March 24, 2005|
"And you don't even have to know GIS to play with it, which is a bonus for those of us who don't even know what GIS stands for other than it makes all kinds of information maps impossible to understand."
"That's so cool! I sent the link to our grant writing team at work. They're always using demographic data." Posted by: Theron at March 24, 2005