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- This mashup is a fun tool that allows users to discover who they love on Twitter. You can search using any twitter handle and see who the user loves.
- Nooblast is a visualization of real-time data from several APIs. It calculates the "network buzz" of two keywords and maps them on globes, creating noosphere clouds.
- The ultimate marketing tool to create buzz online. Create competitions on twitter to encourage tweeting. Are you holding an event? launching a product? holding a gig? Use #tweet-a-lot to get...
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