Tag Archive | "Twitter Apps"

NBC: The Olympic Twitter Tracker

Sunday, February 28, 2010


If you haven’t seen this already, it’s a pretty cool little app that NBC launched as part of their Winter Olympic coverage for the 2010 Vancouver Games. The Tweet Tracker is made up of a picture grid that expands and contracts each sport depending on the current buzz being generated. You’ll also be able to dig in to see [...]

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TweetCraft: Twitter Hits The Big Time!

Sunday, July 5, 2009

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How do you know when your business hits the Big Time? (ok, they already know that but…) Easy, when World Of Warcraft (the most wildly successful online game ever) integrates your app! That’s right, Twitter has just been integrated into WOW and although I’m not a fan of the game, I can see how the [...]

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Pepsico Zeigeist: Twitter Widget @ SXSW

Thursday, March 19, 2009

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At SXSW, Pepsico (the major sponsor) created “Zeigeist”, a twitter widget that aggregates tweets & keywords, transforming them into visual groups based on activity like eating, partying, travelling, drinking, connecting .etc then streaming their tweets via a very slick interface to so that the entire event is summarised for anyone that couldn’t attend! Very cool app, it was [...]

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Twitter considered as a search engine?

Friday, March 6, 2009


There is a great post over on TechCrunch about why Twitter should be considered a search engine. But it’s just micro blogging, i hear you say right? Who cares about the useless spam running through twitter on a daily basis? Well… it’s not… It’s possibly the most valuable information there is online, because of twitters character limit and [...]

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Twitter Visualisation Of Superbowl Ad Activity

Monday, February 16, 2009


Now this is cool. A visualisation of the keywords being talked about on Twitter during the Superbowl has just blown me away, it’s great to see the power of such a medium taking shape with global brands, so thanks to the New York Times for creating such a cool app. I’ve got it set for “talked [...]

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