Here’s a look at how to use our CES visualizer in a quick video demo
With all the brands, press, and delegates attending and exhibiting at CES, keeping track of all the Twitter buzz can be a herculean affair. We thought we’d help and create a tool for brands, reporters, bloggers, and consumers, making it easier to find all the brand buzz in one place–and track it visually.
TweetYouThere aggregates CES mentions from across the Twittersphere, categorizes it by brand and allows users to see the latest chatter in custom feeds by popularity, company name, and topic.
Still in beta, we’ve got big plans for the platform, ultimately growing it into a one stop destination for a number of top industry conferences. We’ll be working with conference organizers to include delegate lists, even more party information, and advanced data parsing tools.
Head over to tweetyouthere.com to check it out and follow the latest news. We’re also offering summaries of trends and even more info on the TweetYouThere Twitter account (@TweetYouThere)–and please keep up up to date on any bugs you find, as we’re still working on perfecting everything.
For so long, technological advancement and spiritual enlightenment appeared to be mutually exclusive, but who better than Microsoft to help change that?
In one of Microsoft’s first Twitter promotions, we helped create an opportunity for tech professionals to clear their minds while Windows Server 2008 R2 helped clear their server frustrations.
The site allows IT pros to create a haiku poem extolling the virtues of R2. The site integrates with each poet’s Twitter account and tweets their creation to their followers, who can then vote the poem up or down in the ranking. Most creative poem wins a home theater system and an XBOX 360.
Exercise your right to peace of mind, and visit www.r2haiku.com.
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