sequiaview Did you ever wonder where all that hard drive space went too? Sequoiaview generates organic-like views of the files and folders on your hard drives using cushion treemaps. SequoiaView was developed by Jack van Wijk at the computer science department of the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. Sequoiaview can be downloaded for free.

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  • i pitty you windows underlings. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=941960

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  • spacemonger has been around for a while too, and is actually functional (zooming, browsing etc) http://www.sixty-five.cc/sm/img/sm1x-large.gif

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  • Prof. Jack van Wijk will be present at the upcomming Visual Power show and give a talk on HOW TO SURVIVE IN THE DATAJUNGLE

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  • wow! Windows never looked so sexy... It's like recognizing the sexy lady in red in the code of the matrix... super next nature..

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  • But I looked it up..those are actually the windows swap files on my C drive.

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  • An Ass. :) Yes it are metaphors we live by.

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  • the right upper part looks like a ass

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  • They also made visualisations of harddisk structures with fruit trees, (where the fruit represents your files). I don't know why, but somehow I feel the abstract visualistations are more next nature.

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