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Online communities. Where are they? And why do people leave FB?

October 6th, 2010

Hot off the presses, and the comic book stand. The webcomic xkcd has a Map of Online Communities, based on careful reseach and a bit of fabrication. Discover online communities that you did not know existed. It’s a big map, you’ll have to zoom in. Soon, we hope that that more online communities will use [...]

Tube map: 500 Years of Science, Reason & Critical Thinking

September 2nd, 2010

Seeking to convey 500 years of science, Crispian Jago got inspired to follow the style of the iconic London Tube Map. The map primarily includes modern scientists who have made significant advances to our understanding of the world, however I have also included many present day scientists who fuel a passion for, and advances in, [...]

Tutorial: Fruit cocktail

August 5th, 2010

Once you’ve gotten a taste of writing nodemaps, you’ll find it’s fun any easy. In this post, we’ll guide you through the steps of writing a straightforward nodemap about fruit that follows a “table of contents” style. (Also, check out our author’s tutorial.)

Join the Community!

April 7th, 2010

When you create something and share it with others, ideas take flight and enrich both you and the group. We purposefully made SpicyNodes a community-oriented, collaborative network, so that novel ways of organizing information and displaying it – both in terms of appearance and integration – are shared in the Gallery.