Eric Fischer is a master at turning a map into a visually compelling piece with artistic merit. For his lastest project, Fischer sources Twitter and Flickr to create his pieces: the red dots represent areas where photos were uploaded to Flickr, the blue dots represent tweets and the white dots represent both.
Eric Fischer has created a stunning project that presents itself as a comparison between how two of the most popular social media services are being used in different areas. The project strikes to the idea that social media platforms have more popularity in different cities. Have a look at these great images by Eric Fischer.
Implications - The emergence of digital technologies has created an abundance of importance. A significant portion of this information flow is created through social networking sites. Companies should finds new ways to encourage people to share aspects of their lives with their friends and family online.
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