When searching for the comScore study on online privacy and what information do Web sites collect about their users, I have reached some interesting sites. The study deserves its own post, but I have enough time to comment on the sites:
A blog entitled Data Mining: Text Mining, Visualization and Social Media. This blog, auhored by Matthew Hurst (Scientist at Microsoft's Live Labs; co-creator of BlogPulse), shows up (after reading a few posts) as a good source of text mining recent ideas.
This has lead me to:
Swivel, a social networing site that allows to share data, and to explore it with the help of graph tools.