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Timeline 3D is Addicting April 29, 2011

Posted by Robert Harder in Review.
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I reviewed Timeline 3D at SvenOnTech.com, and let me tell you: that’s addicting. I’m building all these beautiful timelines, and I’m not really sure what I’m going to do with them. Maybe I can work one into school somehow.

Here’s a timeline of America’s Involvement in Wars, starting with King Philip’s War in 1675 (from about.com), rendered in 3D and exported directly to YouTube:

Here’s the timeline embedded live right here in this blog post (or view it on its own page here—looks great on an iPhone):

 http://interactivetimeline.com/310/american-involvement-in-wars/?w=400

It’s AppleScriptable too, so of course I love that.

Here’s the American Involvement in Wars timeline file.

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