The FlickrVerse, April 2005 poster: flickr's social network

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This graph depicts the relationships between 2367 people.
I realize the "original" size of this isn't very clear at only 10% of the full size. There's also a better resolution at 20%.

How can you find yourself there? Lachie has built a People Finder! Check it out!

Read here for more info.

jaymce, jkoshi, cobalt123, and 160 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. ๓ậтëø 100 months ago | reply

    wow!
    very nice.

  2. caz_in_Brisvegas 99 months ago | reply

    Nice one Gustavo! It's amazing! In fact I'm going to have to go and have another look at it...

  3. apreussler [deleted] 98 months ago | reply

    When will there be the next flickrverse picture? :-)

  4. mikekalamenios 97 months ago | reply

    Wow!!! How did you do this and how long did it take you?

  5. brainylagirl 93 months ago | reply

    this is so cool!

  6. moonlit glow 91 months ago | reply

    wild! you brain types amaze me. :)

  7. edujota 90 months ago | reply

    I once saw a video of how a Wiki page set evolved over time - if you get enough snapshots of this and are able to provide some continuous transitions we could see...something beautiful I'm sure. Like looking at ourselves, from afar, through a microscope....Thanks

  8. --Tico-- 76 months ago | reply

    Oh my... how did I ever miss this ?? Very cool, shame that guy didn't credit you for this work.

  9. GustavoG 71 months ago | reply

    Thanks to the stats feature, I just found out that this graphic was used to illustrate some MIT OpenCourseWare: This image shows how some Flickr users are linked in social networks. Assignments 6 and 7 in this course focus on modeling a social network.

    Glad you found it useful!

  10. ↕↓↑ ŅõẇἇḸ - ⱪṧἇ ↑↓↕ 71 months ago | reply

    Three-dimensional creativity is very real. Messages more than I have seen many wonderful pictures that talk about this kind of photography special is classified as one of the most difficult types of photography, especially taking a picture of many planets in one frame
    Thank you for the picture is more cool

  11. notdemon 66 months ago | reply

    greeeeeaaaat !

  12. Colin Purrington 65 months ago | reply

    So those clumps aren't language or continent effects?

  13. GustavoG 65 months ago | reply

    Some are, some are not.

  14. whossein 62 months ago | reply

    I saw this in MIT OpenCouseWare subject 6.092 Introduction to Software Engineering in Java

    really great image

  15. Nuragic Man~A bit busy 60 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Flickr Global, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
    Thanks.

  16. Carol Cooper-Taylor 54 months ago | reply

    Thanks, have used in a professional development workshop

  17. hadimhe 39 months ago | reply

    please send lecture note to my mail . THANK
    hadi.edrisi@yahoo.com

  18. Brenda Anderson 9 months ago | reply

    I was thinking about these posters (the squircle and flickrverse and dilo ones) today that maybe I should actually hang them up. They've been in their tubes since I got them. Took out this flickrverse one and thought, "oh no! how will I ever find myself? I can't even remember what my buddy icon was then (pre-hat)." Yay for me having the forethought to "note" myself on your copy of the poster all these 8 years ago. :)

  19. GustavoG 9 months ago | reply

    I had a hard time finding myself too, a couple of days ago. ;)

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