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The mood of cyberspace has been probed by researchers who have found that Election Day, Nov. 4, 2008, was the happiest day in the past four years among 2.3 million bloggers, while the day Michael Jackson died was one of their unhappiest.
Insights into whether individuals are happy, sad, proud or mad are becoming increasingly available on the Internet. And the blog can be read as the new diary. This growing public dataset is a treasure trove for researchers struggling to find a better way to measure happiness, said Chris Danforth, a computer scientist at the University of Vermont. At least among bloggers.
"They think they are communicating with friends," Danforth, the study’s coauthor and a computer scientist at the University of Vermont, said in a statement. “We're just looking over their shoulders."
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