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We can help with finding timely topics from social media. It's like twitter trends but we filter the spam, to bring you the top news stories being talked about right now. It's in real-time, and the curation is automatic - that is it to say, if it's not topical, it's not on flumes. All the stories currently relate to world news, but more areas of interest are coming shortly. http://flumes.com.
This is a great post. This website http://flumes.com may be able to help take out some of the leg work involved with live tweeting. We can help you find the people to connect with, automatically detect hashtags being used at your event, and find the best photos, videos and links being shared on social media. Further info here: http://flumes.com/products/events.
We're just starting out. We've also got big changes coming up with a new social media tool we are creating. Be good to meet up. I've passed your twitter name onto flumes' CEO, Steve Butterworth and asked him to get in touch.
It's an interesting point you make. The Olympics are not overwhelmingly viewed as positive, although usually more positive than negative. Currently in real-time it's at 64% postive on http://flumes.com/london-olympics/. We've tracked over nearly 2.5 million tweets in the past few weeks and you can see more clearly on this timeline view http://flumes.com/london-olympics/timeline what news stories about the Olympics have affected public mood.
Read with interest your article. I agree the Olympic Hub is a step in the right direction. At flumes, we are doing something similar to the hub. We are automatically tracking the most popular hashtags and keywords from social media for London 2012 and analysing the stream to bubble up the best content such as the best articles, photos, videos and tweets and real-time analysis around gender, location, volume etc. I hope you will be interested in taking a look http://flumes.com/london-olympics/. There is also a timeline, users (similar to the hub) and visualise page which analyse the story in different ways.