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I hope you'll all pardon me for creating a new term in a world already overwhelmed with jargon. I want to collect examples of the use of network analysis and network visualization by interlopers--especially journalists, designers and the lay public. I'm calling it "neotopology" in order to draw comparisons to neogeography. I'm thinking of things like the New York Times oscar map  or Christian Swineheart's network visualizations of Choose-Your-Own-Adventure novels . Along with examples, if anyone has pointers to folks thinking about this influx of network rhetoric (esp. visual) into popular discourse, that would be much appreciated as well.
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