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World Cup and Social Media, part II

Ok, so we all know the World Cup has crashed Twitter, with the fail whale appearing with even greater frequency than bad calls by World Cup refs.

But how's Facebook managing it all?

The New York Times has a nifty graphic today detailing which players are getting the most mentions on Facebook every day:


Is this journalism that will change the world? No, but that doesn't stop me from loving it any less. I think it's perfect for the Friday before a holiday weekend.

Happy Fourth!


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