Researchers plot phone calls, texts to map U.S. communications

A new map plotting the origins and destinations of phone calls and text messages in the U.S. demonstrates that social communities don't always line up with official state boundaries. "Chattanooga, Tenn., communicates more with the Georgia-Alabama community than with the rest of Tennessee, and Pittsburgh splits from Pennsylvania to align with West Virginia," writes Carlo Ratti, who led the Massachusetts Institute of Technology project.

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