Interesting visualization that allows you to track the differences between social media allowing you to visualize the differences between activity on Thanksgiving and Black Friday in real time.

The georeferenced Twitter and Instagram contributions related to Thanksgiving and Black Friday over the 3 days of November 21 (eve), 22 (Thanksgiving) and 23 (Black Friday) 2012 over the city of New York might reveal something interesting. Or it might not, and merely look pretty cool.

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by accurat

Category: Consumer Spending, Digital Media, Technology

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