7.26.2010

Tweets

Here are some interesting findings about tweets (reported in the NYTimes 7/25/10, p. 4 Weekend). From an analysis of 300 million tweets, researchers at Harvard and Northeastern University found that morning tweets are happier than those posted in the afternoon. Thursday's tweets seem to be the saddest and Sunday the happiest. And tweets from the West Coast are happier than those from the East Coast. Now, what does all this mean?

5 comments:

謝昱廷 said...

所有的資產,在不被諒解時,都成了負債..................................................................

秀李李迪秀李李迪 said...

好文,領受了!謝謝!..................................................................

建邱勳 said...

只有尋常才幹,但具有不尋常恆心的人,一切皆可獲取................................................

凱許倫 said...

做些小善事,說些愛的字句,世界更快樂。..................................................

Griffin said...

Interesting little bit of info here!
I recently started up a blog on communication and I came across this in some of my research. I think i'll look into twitter as a means by which to communicate the messages in my blog!
I'm on the west coast, and i'll tweet in the morning, to help set the happy mood :)

http://exactlywhatimeant.blogspot.com/
if you're interested in checking it out!