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Top twitter trends of 2010

“Twitter has analyzed the 25 billion tweets sent in 2010 and published the list of top overall trends in the year behind us, as well as the top 10 trending topics in eight categories: News Events, People, Movies, Television, Technology, World Cup, Sports and Hashtags.
Twitter’s top ten overall trends actually paint quite a good picture of what the world was interested in in 2010; definitely more so than Google’s list of the fastest rising search topics.
The Gulf oil spill and the Haiti Earthquake were definitely among the biggest news stories of the year. The FIFA World Cup, the accompanying vuvuzelas, and the psychic octopus Paul captured the attention of almost the entire world for a couple of months, and iPad and Android were constantly generating buzz in the world of technology. The rest, as one might expect, is entertainment: Christopher Nolan’s hit movie Inception, the teen sensation Justin Bieber, and the omnipresent Harry Potter. Here’s the full top 10 list:
1. Gulf Oil Spill
2. FIFA World Cup
3. Inception
4. Haiti Earthquake
5. Vuvuzela
6. Apple iPad
7. Google Android
8. Justin Bieber
9. Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows
10. Pulpo Paul
Check out Twitter’s microsite to see the top trends for the individual categories.”
(via mashable)


"A revolução não será tuitada"

Minoria que faz diferença

O percentual de uso de Twitter nos EUA pode parecer pouco, mas se avaliado do ponto de vista deleuziano (a minoria que faz a diferença), é algo a ser considerado.

Do link ao leak

Year [search] in Review

Não lembro de ter visto algo assim ano passado no Google ou fora dele. 

Anyway, o final do vídeo é muito bom…

Conversas na PUC 2

Essa é do blog do Tiago Dória. Genial também. 

Twitter visualization

(via Tiago Dória)

Conversas na PUC

Tag na ordem do dia, #WikiLeaks entrou na discussão sobre jornalismo na quarta, 8, em minha banca de qualificação do doutorado, na PUC da Maestro Cardim. Lá pelas tantas, Cícero Silva comentou a divertidíssima charge publicada na Folha de S.Paulo sobre a base de dados (puros) de Julian Assange. 

Vale a pena reproduzir aqui. É sensacional.


via Twitter:

 Xavier Damman 
 by remixtures

Wikileaks is to governments what Napster was to music labels. Napster died but it changed the industry forever. Think about it.

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