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Jun. 9, 2014 7:15 am

Dave Troy talks mapping Baltimore’s Twitterverse

See the visualization and listen to the interview.

Dave Troy (left) speaking at TEDx Baltimore 2013. (Photo by Flickr user @TEDxBaltimore, used under a Creative Commons license)

Baltimore entrepreneur Dave Troy, founder of firms including 410 Labs, was on WYPR’s “Maryland Morning” Friday talking¬†about his recent visualization of Baltimore Twitter users.

Troy found that Baltimore’s Twitter landscape runs a spectrum from the mostly white “Smalltimore” universe of mainstream media and local brands to the mostly black and latino “DMV.” (The diverse Ravens Nation sits somewhere in between.)

See the visualization at Dave Troy's Flickr page

Troy also spoke about his mapping project during Baltimore Innovation Week last September.

Listen to the segment on WYPR.

Organizations: WYPR, 410 Labs
People: Dave Troy
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