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Timeline AJAXy widget - 1 day of FeaturePics in terms of "who has uploaded photos?"

Web2.0 makes the Internet a much better place to live. It provides new ways to inform and entertain. Data visualization & visual communication are the most important aspects of Web2.0.

Today I will try to visualize 1 day of FeaturePics in terms of "who has uploaded photos?"

As we don't work all 24 hours, I will "cheat" a little bit. I take random photographs that have been accepted today and spread them over a 24 hour period of time.

Click on the nickname of the Author to see one of the photos accepted from them in the last 24 hours.



There is a timeline with 2 bands above. You can scroll the two bands independently, but it makes no sense to scroll the "Day" band. We are populating data only for the last 24 hours. Scroll the top "Hour" band and see what happens.

Just click left mouse botton when you see the

"move" cursor (   )

and drag the band to the left or to the right.

Mouseover a

nickname (   )
and click on it.

You will see one of the images the Author has uploaded in last 24 hours.


You can visualize your events by using this ajax widget.  Do what you need to do to have your photos in place and your step-by-step story also.

Timeline is a DHTML-based AJAXy widget for visualizing time-based events.

This software is sponsored by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and is maintained by the SIMILE project.

Timeline is open source software and is licensed under the BSD license.

You can find very detailed instructions how to add the widget on your photo stories site at http://simile.mit.edu/timeline/docs/create-timelines.html


Open source software is always good news, and there is information about The
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation which made this possible:

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, a not-for-profit corporation under the laws of the State of New York, was formed on June 30, 1969, through the consolidation of two existing foundations—Avalon Foundation and Old Dominion Foundation.

The Avalon Foundation had been established in 1940 by Ailsa Mellon Bruce, daughter of Andrew W. Mellon.  The Old Dominion Foundation had been established in 1941 by Paul Mellon, son of Andrew W. Mellon.  When the two foundations were consolidated, the Foundation was renamed The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to honor their father.

At the end of 1969, the assets of the Foundation totaled $220 million. By the end of 2005, assets totaled $5.6 billion, with annual grantmaking appropriations of approximately $210 million.


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