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Have >80 followers & following >70 people, then you are in the Twitter minority at about 10%.

[relationships.png]it was a nice surprise to get a email from Biz Stone of Twitter. I don't like update emails much but this was an eye opener. To me this was the first time I got some stats from Twitter.

I got this Graph from the Twitter Blog

The other stats that were interesting to me

60% of the Twitter web traffic
is outside the US and 39% of that is from Japan.

Twitterers from India please note you can Twitter via SMS using our new shortcode: 5566511

it was nice of them to mention Dave Taylor's Twittervision being displayed at MOMA

Twitter at the MoMA
Twittervision, a popular Twitter API project, is included in a
show at the New York Museum of Modern Art titled "Design and the
Elastic Mind." The show explores the relationship between science
and design and is open from February 24 to May 12, 2008.


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