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TwitterClouds April 9, 2008

Posted by Doriano "Paisano" Carta in Blogs.
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DaCort has done it again. He’s taken an already cool twitter tool, TweetSTATS and made it even cooler and more useful by giving us our very own TweetCloud!

Not only can we view all kinds of cool statistics about our Twitter usage but now we can see what we and others tweets the most about! Some of this data will be surprising so be prepared.

It’s very easy to access as well. Just click the Tweet Cloud link located next to the Tweet Stats link:

The quickest way to get there is to save your personal URL: http://www.tweetstats.com/graphs/TwitterName .

The popularity of studying Tag Clouds on blogs has naturally given birth to TweetClouds. Check it out and learn a thing or two about yourself and your friends.

***UPDATE***
More Twitter Cloud services have appeared out of the blue (ha ha):
http://www.tweetclouds.com
http://www.tagcrowd.com

 

 

 

Comments»

1. Sam Lawrence - April 9, 2008

Sweet. Me likey. Now I can save my weekends building these from scratch.

2. Wayne Sutton - April 9, 2008

Ok twitter is really getting out of control, which is a good thing, it’s “Tail” is really growing. A new twitter mashup almost everyday. Will review twitterclouds later on. Thanks for the post.

I’m @waynesutton on twitter and I like twiterclouds

3. Todd Jordan - April 9, 2008

Good share. I’ll be checking this out for sure and writing up how I find it.

4. Stu - April 11, 2008

@DaCort really is doing some good stuff. Kudos to him, and kudos to you @paisano, just because. 🙂


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