Who are the most influential big data tweeters? Big Data Republic wants to know.
At the moment, big data is in a massive discovery phase, and luckily, social media is playing a huge role in sharing big data insight, ideas and information. To acknowledge this fact, we are launching the #bigdata100 Twitter campaign to find the most influential, whimsical and useful tweeters on everything big data -- and we need your suggestions
Who Is Worth Following?
The aim of #bigdata100 is to find out who we should follow; who cuts through the noise and hype surrounding big data and delivers real and usable information. Who out there is providing maximum value for their 140 characters?
To let us know who is worth following, simply click below for more information, including a prepopulated tweet:
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