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My tweet cloud out of 3 months of my tweets. Top three words: social, media, nice

There you have it, the words I’ve used on Twitter ranked in order of use! Above is my tweet cloud that I just generated our of three months of my tweets. What does it all mean?

Tweet cloud was developed by @icodeforlove, the goal of the project is text analysis. It’s now in phase one so expect further developments or have fun creating your own cloud on http://tweetcloud.icodeforlove.com.



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Around 500 members of the Twitter community flocked to Vinopolis to meet offline and celebrate the second Twestival in support of local elected charity, Childline.  


Childline says "Thank you Twestival"

Twestival – what’s that?

An obvious question to your average Tweety, but let me enlighten the non Twitter community. Twestival has fast become an international initiative carried out on a local level. Each Twitter community will select a charitable cause to support. All around the world Twitter communities will get together offline to meet, network and party with ticket sales or other charitable acts through Twitter, going towards the selected charity. The second Twestival was held between September 10 – 13 around the world.


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Over 900 tweets from the public made a collaborative and interactive story or libretto as they put it in the opera world, to make the worlds’ first Twitter opera. Yes, an opera contructed collaboratively by public tweets. This opera was held as part of an open day at the Deloitte which provided small acts including opera, modern dance and magic shows to enlighten the public and get them exposed to the Royal Opera House.


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