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Looking to Track Twitter Traffic? Check Out New York Times’ Sweet New Interactive Feature

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By HVmedia on November 2, 2010


Every old and new media organization tries to find cool new ways of using technology to bring you up-to-the-minute coverage of the midterm elections.

The New York Times debuted a great new interactive feature that may confuse the hell out of you but also provide an awesome new look at what’s happening on Twitter. According to the Times, “In the final days before Tuesday’s elections, Twitter users interested in politics have increased their bursts of 140 characters. The chart below highlights the number of posts related to candidates running for governor or the Senate.”

Here’s the link to check this out, and we’ve taken a screenshot for you to see how awesome smallish circles can be when they fit onto one page.

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