TIME magazine has picked the 140 Twitter feeds that it believes are most “shaping the conversation.”
Lots of sites and articles are popping up attempting to use Google searches or social media trends to predict the Oscar winners. But if the past is any guide, they will be no more right than your best guess or the flip of a coin.
Software developer Virender Ajmani created a Google Maps Mashup that plots recent tweets from Bahrain, Egypt, Libya and Iran in real-time. Check it out here.
Twitter is a platform. And if journalism is an action, can Tweets represent acts of journalism?.
Twitter visualisations come in many forms, but IS Parade is arguably the most inventive yet. By Jemima Kiss
Interesting data about the growth of Twitter and social media in this recent study from Edison Research and Arbitron.
Facebook’s new tools have offered news organizations an opportunity to think more creatively about how they can use social media to meet their audiences’ needs. Poynter talked with journalists at The Washington Post, ABC News, ESPN.com and other news outlets that have begun using Facebook’s new features to find out how the integration of these […]
Here is a great cartoon from the New Yorker featuring a tweeting baseball player…
The Huffington Post has launched new sections of its website called “HuffPost Twitter editions” that incorporate Twitter feeds and HuffPost stories in an effort to create a more “real-time” news experience on the site.
Starting today, ABC News is live-tweeting its This Week broadcast on Sunday mornings.