10 useful Google Chrome Experiments

These JavaScript programs bring flashy graphics to your Web browser -- without Flash.

By Howard Wen, Network World |  On-demand Software, google chrome, JavaScript

Social Collider: Re-tweet tracker (say that 10 times fast)

This JavaScript app could be useful if you're heavily into Twittering and want to track how effectively your, or another user's, posts are received and re-tweeted among friends and followers. Enter a Twitter user ID or topic, and Social Collider generates four graphs representing whether posts were picked up by other users. If a tweet has been picked it, the graph shows its line intersecting horizontally towards another line that represents another user ID (or topic). Theoretically, Social Collider could be used to track the origin of a Twitter-based meme and its growth over time.

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