My Grandpa told this to my Mom 50 years ago.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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# Category Archives: Project Graph

## The Readers Are The Leaders

## Happiness Is …

## Graphing The Death of Foursquare and Gowalla

## In Critique of Second Life

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## The Kiss

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## World Series Changes The Population Of San Francisco

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

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## Founders Have All The Fun(d)

## Pick two: Well Rested, Work Hard, Play Hard

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.
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## Pick two: Intelligent Person, Attractive, Stable

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.
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## Pick two: Fashionable Clothes, Brand-name, Cheap

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.
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My Grandpa told this to my Mom 50 years ago.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

Read MoreJanuary 2010 – Foursquare and Gowalla gain popularity.

August 2010 – Facebook Places launches.

My prediction: it doesn’t look good for Foursquare or Gowalla.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

Read MoreSecond Life is a virtual world developed by Linden Lab launched in 2003, and is accessible on the Internet. A free client program called the Viewer enables its users, called Residents, to interact with each other through avatars. Residents can explore, meet other residents, socialize, participate in individual and group activities, and create and trade virtual property and services with one another, or travel throughout the world (which residents refer to as “the grid”). (from wikipedia)

Three weeks ago the Giants won the World Series and San Francisco had a unique parade. The excitement captivated San Franciscans and others from outside the city. Traffic was a complete disaster.

Adapted from Wired Magazine.

About Project Graph: At Wharton we’re taught that everything can be graphed. This is my attempt to graph my goings-on.

Part of Project Graph “Pick Two” series. Author is me.

Part of Project Graph “Pick Two” series. Author unknown.

Part of Project Graph “Pick Two” series. Author is me.