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Twitter Art Network - the Big Players Twitter as an information service has developed rapidly since 2009. Most institutions have by now adopted a twitter account to distribute news and stay in touch with an audience. Especially in the art world museums and galleries started using the social networking platform, creating important nodes in the twitter univers. Some art institutions managed to attract a large fellowship with the @Tate for example having about 216,308 followers or the @MoMa with 388,670 followers. Graph by urbanTick / Major art museums have adopted twitter as a networking and news channel tool. This art institutions twitter social network is constructed from @ tweets and RT tweets as a directed network graph. Of course now of interest is how these nodes link in to the wider twitter network and also how they link to each other. Graph by urbanTick / Zoom in on details around the New Yorker museums MoMa, New Museum, Guggenheim and the SFMoMa,

Map Your Facebook Friends In a Few Clicks You know who your Facebook friends are, but can you visualize where they are? You might be surprised when you see "Where My Friends Be?" a Google Maps mashup with all of their locations pinpointed, showing you just how far-flung your friends really are. We've seen other Facebook/Google Maps mashups before, but this one's different from other friend-mappers. It's fast, it takes just a few seconds to click into, and suddenly it's dropping little pins all over the globe, showing you precisely where your pals reside. Says one of its developers, Ajay Mehta: "Surprisingly, there aren't a lot of apps like this. Mehta and fellow college freshmen Wesley Zhao and Dan Shipper developed the mashup, which gives you a quick way to remind yourself that you're not in Kansas anymore, and neither are your friends. The enthusiasm of these frosh is infectious.

Twitter Dots - Beautiful map rendering of realtime Twitter tweets Awesome Esri powered Flickr, Twitter Map Cloud by Alta4 | AnyGeo - GIS, Maps, LBS, Geo and Social Location Technology Check out this very cool social media visualization service created by Alta4 powered by Esri map services. The app enables users to easily see tweets and flickr photos on a map.. very appealing! See labs.alta4gis.de/flickrcloud/ Notice the bookmarks on the right sidebar.

L'histoire de Facebook, une success story à l'américaine Ecrit par Jean-Marie LOUCHE sur . Publié dans Web 2.0 Avec une audience toujours à la hausse, des recettes publicitaires qui explosent, des applications spécifiques qui se créent chaque jour, des milliers de marques qui prennent position, il est certain que l’histoire du web retiendra un avant Facebook et un après Facebook. Avec 1/3 des francais présents sur le réseau social, Facebook annonce encore très régulièrement de nouvelles fonctionnalités, aussi bien des fonctions pour profils personnels que pour les profils des marques, des entreprises, des personnalités publiques, politiques, etc… Petit rappel de la chronologie de l’histoire de Facebook : 2004, le lancement 2005, les premiers financements importants Mai : Les business angels investissent dans le site (12 Million de $). 2006, l’ouverture publique 2007, la première étape d’une expansion anglophone 2008, l’international Février : Lancement du site en Français et Espagnol.Mars : Ajout d’option pour la gestion de la vie privée.

2010 Facebook vs. Twitter Social Demographics Facebook vs. Twitter is a good one from DigitalSurgeons.com. They’ve done a great job of compiling the data from at least 10 different sources, to create an overall profile of the standard Facebook and Twitter users. One has over 500 million users, the other just over 100 million. But who are they and what’s their behavior? What’s their value to a brand? The use of the Polar Area Chart (also called a Nightingale Rose Diagram) does a good job of breaking down the demographic information into 11 different categories. The difficulty in using this visualization style, is that it’s hard for the reader to compare between the two diagrams.

World Map of Social Networks January 2017: a new edition of my World Map of Social Networks, showing the most popular social networking sites by country, according to Alexa & SimilarWeb traffic data (caveat: it’s hard to understand the impact of Google+ because it is part of Google domain traffic). There are a lot of news since last January: Facebook is still the leading social network in 119 out of 149 countries analyzed, but it was stopped in 9 territories by Odnoklassniki, Vkontakte and Linkedin. It’s interesting to see that in some countries, like Botwana, Mozambique, Namibia, Iran e Indonesia, Instagram wins and that some African territories prefer LinkedIn. Overall LinkedIn conquers 9 countries, Instagram 7, meanwhile VKontakte and Odnoklassniki (part of the same group Mail.ru) grow up in Russian territories. But what’s going on behind the first place? Instagram is the second social network in 37 countries. [Versione italiana dell’analisi di gennaio 2017] inShare1,047 But what’s going on behind the first place?

Information Architects – Web Trend Map 4 by Oliver Reichenstein The has been featured all across the web from TechCrunch to BoingBoing, and Gawker. Now the latest version of our popular Web Trend Map is up for grabs. Sold out – Sorry, the Web Trend Map 4 is no longer available. We grouped together closely associated websites, ensuring that every domain is on an appropriate line. The map has been printed by the same printer that prints Apple’s ads in Japan, so you can be sure its handled by the best.

La grande misère du Twitter des politiques Pour préparer la note précédente (Conseils aux politiques pour aller sur Twitter), j'ai donc observé les comptes Twitter de quelques représentants de la gent politique, hommes ou femmes. Le résultat est assez édifiant et il confirme l'énormité du travail à faire. Je compte sur vous pour dénicher et me signaler des hommes et femmes politiques qui entreraient dans telle ou telle catégorie. Ou pour m'aider à en inventer de nouvelles. Ceux qui se prennent pour le Dalaï Lama Le Dalaï Lama ne suit personne, normal, c'est la réincarnation de ses prédécesseurs. Roselyne Bachelot - Ministre de la santé et des sports0 suivi, 454 personnes qui la suivent. Laurent Fabius - Ancien premier ministreEst suivi par 2 848 personnes, mais n'en suit qu'une : le Festival Normandie impressionniste. Olivier Besancenot - Porte - Parole du NPA et FacteurNe suit personne, 1782 suiveurs et 3 tweets depuis mars 2009... Ceux qui sont égaux à eux-mêmes Ceux qui ne savent pas compter jusqu'à 140 J-P. Les fantômes N.

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