New site creates a word cloud from your Twitter feed.
There's a great new Twitter service called Tweet Clouds, that will make a word cloud out of your Twitter timeline. Here's mine:
It's neat to see which words jump out. Some are obvious (iTweet, iPhone) but I am surprised at the weight of a couple words ("new" is one of the biggest words, I don't know what that's all about). It also shows the people that I converse with the most and that's kind of cool to see.
I also like that "love" and "lt3" are right next to each other - "lt3" being how Tweet Clouds reads "less-than-three" <3 hearts.
This is an inventive and useful way of analyzing the content of your Twitter posts. Kudos to John Krutsch for the scripting and Jared Stein for the design.
You can see my full-size Tweet Cloud here.
You can follow my Twitter updates here, my Twitter handle is @colbypalmer.
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