Twitter index: Harry Potter fans tweet "until the very end"
Thursday 07 July 2011
Fans of the
Harry Potter series are reminiscing about their favorite Harry Potter moments in the lead up to the release of the final film,
and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2, on the morning of July 7.
Tweeps are posting, "Dear, J.K. Rowling. We are with you, whatever happens. UntilTheVeryEnd. Love, Potterheads," "Call me an obsessive fan, I don't care. I will pass on my love for Harry Potter to my future children and grandchildren. UntilTheVeryEnd," "From being stuck in a cupboard under the stairs, to being the saviour of the wizarding world. We've been there always, UntilTheVeryEnd" and "I have been a Harry Potter fan since the first book and I will be a fan UntilTheVeryEnd but there is no end, his magic will live forever.”
Apple's iTunes Festival Twitter account is promoting British singer "Adele" and the live feed of her festival performance in London with the first place term on Twitter.
The animated TV shows " Phineas & Ferb" and " Rugrats" are in fifth and tenth places while the hashtags "#onetimeanniversary," "#youknowtheystalkingyou" and "#goseeksomehelp" fill second to fourth places.
Spanish speaking microbloggers are discussing the theft of the "Códice Calixtino," a manuscript from the mid-twelfth century that, until July 5, was preserved in the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
"Pobre Messi" ("poor Messi"), tweet Spanish and English speaking Twitter users sarcastically in response to Argentinian football player Lionel Messi's poor performance in a match against Colombia in the knock-out stage of the Copa America.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on July 7 at 7:30 AM GMT are:
- ADELE (promoted)
- #onetimeanniversary (new)
- #youknowtheystalkingyou (new)
- #goseeksomehelp (-2)
- Phineas & Ferb (+1)
- Synyster Gates (new)
- Pobre Messi (new)
- Códice Calixtino (new)
- UntilTheVeryEnd (new)
- Rugrats (new)
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