Going Viral: The Look of Online Persuasive Maps

I am happy to report that after several rounds of constructive edits and revisions, my manuscript “Going Viral: The Look of Online Persuasive Maps” has been accepted for publication in Cartographica. No idea when it will come out yet, but I am presuming at some point in 2014. I have posted a pre-proof draft here on my site. The figures from the piece also have their own Web page here. It’s largely an exploratory piece, but I am excited to work with anyone else who might be interested in analyzing and documenting online persuasive geocommunications. So please do drop me a line if this is something that intrigues you.

Countering the lies and un-truths about Obamacare via interactive persuasive maps.  (Courtesy the White House.)

Countering the lies and un-truths about Obamacare via interactive persuasive maps. (Courtesy the White House.)

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