Good Ideas In 2009 : Make Histories

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Making histories doesn't have to be about huge gestures or wide-spanning narratives. By capturing, cataloguing and visualizing stories over time, we lay the groundwork for interesting patterns, connections and ideas to emerge that help us better understand groups, people, events, places and ourselves. By bringing to life our daily movements, both real and virtual, we leave a trail for us and others to add to and learn from.

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