Twinterest: Gravity Analyzes Your Twitter Stream Tells You What You Love
A few weeks ago we hinted at some of the personalization tools that Los Angeles based startup Gravity would be unveiling. Today they're launching Twinterest - a tool that creates an interest graph - a list of things you probably love - based only on looking at your twitter stream. Gravity CEO Amit Kapur explained the product in detail in a guest post on TechCrunch today. To use it go to Twinterest and authorize it to access your Twitter stream. You may find it does a pretty good job of suggesting things you like. Mine includes Virgin America, "slap fight" (no idea), Facebook, American Express ( hah ), Google Voice, Andy Rubin and Spotify. Also, Daniel Lyons, aka Fake Steve Jobs.
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