Two points of interest in the world of Social Geography today:
1. TweetsMap uses the Twitter API to determine and visually map your followers by country, state/province or city. It’s useful to see your global reach, and it could also be interesting to see if more tweets about a certain country results in more followers from that country. Here’s mine:
Check out Mashable’s coverage of it here.
2. FourSquare has released a visualization of last year’s holiday travel based on its users’ check-ins, displayed by method of transport. The result runs along predictable travel hubs, but it’s a novel way to display FourSquare data. I could see airlines and other transportation companies offering targeted social deals on those routes which are frequented by social media-savvy passengers.