Every hour, 10×10 scans the RSS feeds of several leading international news sources, and performs an elaborate process of weighted linguistic analysis on the text contained in their top news stories.
After this process, conclusions are automatically drawn about the hour’s most important words. The top 100 words are chosen, along with 100 corresponding images, culled from the source news stories. At the end of each day, month, and year, 10×10 looks back through its archives to conclude the top 100 words for the given time period.
Each hour is presented as a picture postcard window, composed of 100 different frames, each of which holds the image of a single moment in time.
Clicking on a single frame allows us to peer a bit deeper into the story that lies behind the image. In this way, we can dart in and out of the news, understanding both the individual stories and the ways in which they relate to each other.
10×10 runs with no human intervention, autonomously observing what a handful of leading international news sources are saying and showing.
In this way, a constantly evolving record of our world is formed, based on prominent world events.