iWitness Launches Tool for Exploring Social Media By Time and Place

    by Jesse James Garrett
    June 15, 2012

    We are very excited to announce the launch of iWitness, a free tool created by Adaptive Path for exploring social media content by time and place.


    We designed iWitness to enable people to explore content in new ways. We wanted it to be a vehicle for discovering what’s happening in the world, in cases where time and place really matter.

    But we didn’t just want to create an interesting, new product. We also wanted to see what could be done with the latest web techniques and technologies. As a result, iWitness runs entirely in the browser — it has no server-side component.

    Although the launch is the culmination of that development effort, it’s really only the beginning for iWitness. We’re releasing all of the source code via GitHub, so anyone can build on the work we’ve done.


    As social media itself continues to grow and evolve, iWitness will be able to evolve right along with it.

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