New Webtrend Map

InformationArchitects did it again, here it is, their next Web Trend Map. No Metro lines, no URLS. This time, it’s the 140 most influential people on twitter, sorted by #name #handle #category #influence #activity. Plus: When they started tweeting and what they first said. (Yikes, I am on it and my first tweet wasn’t deep, was it? “Trying to get my ladies to tweet!”)

Cosmic 140, vailable as high quality A0 Poster for $99 or as a free PDF, so you can print it yourself

4 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Those guys at iA are just so good… this is mighty unfair.

  2. If you like nice and clever dataviz project like this one, you should look at : http://lumberjaph.net/blog/index.php/2010/03/25/github-explorer/ an open source community mapping project and here too : http://us.linkfluence.net/insights-2-0/atlas/ (cyberspace atlas by linkfluence)

  3. I still didn’t get a reason to join Twitter. It’s astonishing that iA limits the possibilities commenting their articles to people/companies registered on Twitter and furthermore limit comments to 160 characters. That’s just stupid.

  4. Well, Bastian, know you have one. As far as the content in your comment is concerned, I can only find 140 “smart” characters… I can understand iA… ;-)

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