New York Times maps Superbowl Tweets

The Superbowl was probably the first time I really got into Twitter, or really when it all clicked for me. Hopefully, this means I won’t become addicted to it.  I all ready am.

The NY Times has a timeline map showing what people from around the country said on Twitter during the Super Bowl broadcast. I like the emoticons tab but they also should have included a profanity tab.  I don’t know if it’s the people I follow on Twitter, but it seemed like no one was interested in the game as much as the commercials and Bruce Springsteen’s crotch at halftime.

Of course, the Superbowl tweets weren’t nearly as interesting as Henry David Thoreau liveblogging the game.

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