NY Times Twitter Superbowl Timeline

February 5, 2009 at 1:21 pm Leave a comment

NY Times Twitter Superbowl Timeline was a pretty cool idea showing what people twitter from what part of the country at what time during the game.

Apart from the fact that it is just a cool simple idea, it is interesting to see a whole country’s public consciousness on display over a live event. At the same time, it’s a bit scary to see a big nation being this synchronous in a medium that is all about variety and heterogenity.

Also interesting: check out the seperate timeline for which ads got the most feedback on twitter during commercial breaks.


Via Gerald’s Facebook Updates


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