Goldsmiths Point replaces Telegraph Hill

Ross: So it's said that by the year 2030, there'll be computers that can carry out the same number of functions as an actual human brain. So theoretically we could download our thoughts and our memories into this computer...
Janine: ...and live forever as a machine!
Ross: That's so Janine, you-you-you know what, do you know we're doing right now? You and I, we're interfacing.
Janine: Yeah, I gotta go.

- Friends

Londonist has a brilliant visualisation of London's twitter topography, mapped by UCL. The more tweets an area produces, the higher it appears on the map.

Deptford, Goldsmiths, Lewisham and Forest Hill have the most tweets locally, with Honor Oak and Crofton Park appearing as Twitter's Death Valley. That seems to tally with our ocacsional twitter scans, which produce loads of tweets about Brockley and Deptford but very little about Crofton Park.

Brockley Central is edging close to the 1,000 followers mark, so please come and join us.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Finally they've found a way to map people's inflated sense of self-importance to geographic locations.

Brockley Nick said...

Spoken like someone who doesn't ues or get it! It's a brilliantly efficient way of sharing news and information.

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