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Users can now find small interactive clouds on the sidebar of NewsWhip.com. As users navigate the site (going to a section on gossip or tech, for example), the topic of the cloud also changes. Meanwhile, there's a more interactive, full-size cloud at Infomous.com/site/newswhip, with news from the US, Canada, the UK and India. The companies are planning to provide a cloud interface for more topics soon. "It's really neat to see our data presented in this way" said Paul Quigley, NewsWhip CEO. Last week, NewsWhip won the People's Choice Award at Dublin Beta. 'See' what's hot "The ability to see what articles are 'hot' in a specific topic category makes for a particularly compelling type of cloud.
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