Twitter users often form "tribes" marked by common interests or occupations or unique word usage, researchers at Royal Holloway and Princeton universities say. "This means that by looking at the language someone uses, it is possible to predict which community he or she is likely to belong to, with up to 80% accuracy," Royal Holloway researcher Dr. John Bryden says.
Shared words, interests are at heart of Twitter "tribes"
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