View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/mapping-the-world-with-twitter-jer-thorp
Good morning, Twitter! Millions of tweets are sent everyday, and from these tweets, we can gather a lot of information about people's lives: where they travel, when they wake up, and their opinions on pretty much everything. In this TEDYouth 2012 Talk, former New York Times data artist-in-residence Jer Thorp imagines what uses we can devise from this wealth of information.
Talk by Jer Thorp.
Tagged under: \data artist\,Twitter,\Jer,Thorpe\,\New,York,Times\,TEDYouth,\TEDYouth,2012\,TEDEducation,TED-Ed,\TED,Ed\
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