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Nov 8, 2004 9:07pm

flash won, followup

I recently posted an excerpt from The Inquirer's article about interactive maps used during the election. Ben Metcalfe, software engineer for BBC Interactive, also has a collection:

We've been having a look at the way different news websites have been displaying their election results. It's fair to nearly everyone has been using maps to depict the state-by-state results. In almost all cases, Macromedia Flash has been chosen as the preferred presentation technology. Here are the links to compare, starting with BBC News' offering (obviously!).

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