New York Times’ Twitter Chatter Map of Superbowl

Screenshot of Twitter chatter map of Superbowl

Awesome time lapsed map of tweets from the New York Times. It shows the location and frequency of commonly used words during the Superbowl. This map produces amazing visuals and is impressive to see how far Twitter has come.

Charlene Li wrote up a quick post about this find and pretty much summed up everything I was thinking:

In many ways, I think this simple mashup shows the power of Twitter — it’s when you see the aggregate whole of Twitter that you begin to understand the potential for it to serve as a channel for what people are paying attention to. Take a look at the “talking about ads” stream to understand which ads resonated where — media buyers, get your orders ready!


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