Back in March I pointed out that OneNote has been reading your tweets. The link I'm using is this one. Since I've had the machine sitting in my office for awhile now I've gotten almost used to it. It's become a task that I keep on top of so the product team folks can keep an eye on what are customers are saying. Even though I only started this as a short term project, it has become a pretty interesting little item for people to see as they walk by.
Some random updates:
The red color means a tweet had a negative connotation for the search term, white means neutral, and green means positive. In the example above, OneNote was performing astoundingly well. We generally have about 50% positive and the next 30-40% is neutral. Compare to a more typical search for a rather good zoo:
Comparing software to zoos is probably not the most straightforward comparison, but I just wanted to show a typical graph compared to ours. (And even this zoo did fairly well. It is not unusual for some well known searches to generate a huge amount of red).
And I really can’t read a lot into the red/white/green scheme since I do not know the logic behind it.
It's a pretty fascinating way to filter through the tweets about a search term and the overall reaction has been very positive. Keep those tweets coming!
Comments, questions, concerns and criticisms always welcome,