Viygo.com – Timelines for Everyone and Every Thing
What do you get when these things collide? Viygo. Viygo is the self proclaimed intersection of space and time. (And, no, it hasn’t anything to do with Scientology.) Beneath, the glamour of those words, Viygo is a souped up timeline. There are several options for display. There are timelines available for Twitter, Yahoo Upcoming, and news and media (choose from, Wired Magazine, New York Observer and TechCrunch, among others). There’s also a monthly timeline which showcases events that have recently occurred. Featured timelines include Mike Huckabee and the San Francisco zoo tiger attack. Make your own timeline, embed on your website, and enjoy.
Viygo.com In Their Own Words
“Time. Everything happens in the context of time. For instance, this introduction to Viygo was written on Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at 7:49 am.
Maps. Maps, such as Google Maps, are a representation of space. Space, in geography, is a location, such as our company headquarters–San Francisco, CA.
Events. Events are a location in time. What happened where and when. Our lives are made up of events from birth to death. An event can be as simple as going to get coffee on a Monday morning or amazing like the birth of a child. Events such as the invention of the Gutenberg Press or the first atomic bomb change the world.
Viygo. Viygo is the intersection of space and time–a map of events creating a timeline for the world–from personal to public. The world is changing. The way in which we record our lives and world events is changing. From blogs to social networking to video, the world is telling its story each day, every hour, on the web. But these events exist outside of a framework of time–Vigyo is that intersection.”
Why Viygo.com It Might Be A Killer
Of all the time line making apps out there, Viygo has the goods to back its words. It’s visually appealing, easy to use, and it’s flexible. Useful for visualizing and noting events.