Map your Twitter friends

Posted to Maps  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

You’d think that this would’ve been done by now, but this simple mashup does exactly what the title says. Just connect your Twitter account and the people you follow popup, with some simple clustering so that people don’t get all smushed together in one location.

[Theron17 via Waxy]



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