ShameVector: A Work in Progress
I'm building a social media sentiment analysis tool for lefty digital campaigners. When it's ready, campaigners will be able to get easily-digestible visualizations of what any company's customers are upset about online.
This targeted window into the angry mass will help campaigners build messaging and campaign strategies that attack their corporate targets in new, relevant ways that speak to the company's own dissatisfied customers.
You can join the customer bandwagon in shaming the company, or you can hop on the bandwagon long enough to find a way to direct people's attention to your campaign.
It's called ShameVector. It's in R, it will use a mix of Naive Bayes and lexicon-based sentiment analysis.
It's open source. If you're morose, you can see my progress in the GitHub repository.