World Cup 2010

Follow the World Cup on the Web

News websites, blogs and online social networks are great places for discussion and interaction among users passionate about football. With the pioneering proposal of monitoring the Web dynamics in real time, the World Cup Watch uses innovative technology to follow up news and collaborations from Web users about the event as it happens.

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About the Web Watch:



This website integrates the Web Watch, a multidisciplinary research project from the INWeb – Brazilian National Institute of Science and Technology for the Web. The researchers use many open source software and tools to capture and analyze data based on diverse media to understand what people are talking about a specific subject. Available in English, the World Cup Dashboard monitors the traffic of messages from Twitter during the games, and shows a timeline with the most popular videos and pictures mentioned.

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