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Weird Things We Can Implicitly Mine from the Web
5 Million Tweets
Tweets by County Courtesy of Peter Skomroch and Kevin Weill
Tea Party Tweets Courtesy of Peter Skomroch and Kevin Weill
Colbert Tweets Courtesy of Peter Skomroch and Kevin Weill
260,000 Locations with 500 Million Google UGC Place Marks
The Map of Anglican
The Map of Luthern
The Map of Catholic
The Map of Atheist
The Map of Scientology
The Map of  Zoroastrianism
American Religious Diaspora
The Beer Belly of America
What Happens When We Correlate with the Real World
400 Million Facebook Users
 
What Happens We Apply it to Stuff that Matters
Ushahidi and Road Density During the Chile Earthquake
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  1. 1. Weird Things We Can Implicitly Mine from the Web
  2. 2. 5 Million Tweets
  3. 3. Tweets by County Courtesy of Peter Skomroch and Kevin Weill
  4. 4. Tea Party Tweets Courtesy of Peter Skomroch and Kevin Weill
  5. 5. Colbert Tweets Courtesy of Peter Skomroch and Kevin Weill
  6. 6. 260,000 Locations with 500 Million Google UGC Place Marks
  7. 7. The Map of Anglican
  8. 8. The Map of Luthern
  9. 9. The Map of Catholic
  10. 10. The Map of Atheist
  11. 11. The Map of Scientology
  12. 12. The Map of Zoroastrianism
  13. 13. American Religious Diaspora
  14. 14. The Beer Belly of America
  15. 15. What Happens When We Correlate with the Real World
  16. 16. 400 Million Facebook Users
  17. 18. What Happens We Apply it to Stuff that Matters
  18. 19. Ushahidi and Road Density During the Chile Earthquake
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