Twitter parade in your honor

Posted to Data Art  |  Nathan Yau

This is completely useless in the good sort of way. Twitter parade, by KDDI, takes your followers and throws a parade for you. You can also enter a keyword instead of a username. As the people march, their recent tweets are displayed.

Thanks for the giant statue with the top half of my head, guys. Truly, the honor is all mine.

[via datavisualization]

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