New London tweetography

January 26, 2011

UrbanTick have produced a ‘New City Landscape‘ to ‘represent location based twitter activity as the tweetography’ of London. This pseudo topographic maps shows volumes of tweets peaking in central London, but with some interesting outliers in a couple of places known to our project. It’s particularly amusing to note that both Borehamwood (‘Hill’) and Radlett (‘Hill’) feature as loci of tweeting activity in an otherwise flat landscape of outer north-west London. And no, I haven’t contributed to that volume of tweets – I wouldn’t know where to start!

London tweetography

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