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  Friday, September 05, 2003

History Flow
History Flow is the coolest, most elegant visual tool I've seen in a long time. It does a masterful job of visually displaying a collaborative document's history. Here's the author's description of the tool:
History Flow provides answers at a glance to questions like, Has a community contributed to the text or has it been mostly written by a single author? How much has a particular contributor influenced the current version of the document? Is the text's evolution marked by spurts of intense revision activity or does it reflect a smooth transition from its beginning to the present?

In particular, the history flow visualization of the abortion wikipedia page is fascinating. (By the way, I'm a big Wiki fan. But a Wiki is one of those things that is almost impossible to explain).
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