Current Twitter trends: Music Monday, 'in 2010,' PTF
Monday 07 December 2009
It's another Monday morning in the Twittersphere and that means the top trending topic is "#MusicMonday."
Microbloggers are tweeting about their favorite songs at the present on the morning of Monday, December 7.
A post with the term "#musicmonday" or "#mm" signifies someone on Twitter is sharing the name of a song or an artist that they like with their friends and followers.
Another popular topic with Twitter users on the morning of December 7 is New Year's resolutions for the year 2010.
Tweets with the term "in 2010" include, "#in2010 I'm hoping to start school, to not hold back on things, & that there will be a ton of amazing concerts/shows to attend!", "#in2010 I'm gonna meet success but won't enjoy it, my friends & family will" and "I will be married."
Microbloggers in Japan are keeping people around the world updated with information about PTF - a Japanese conference that focuses on the scientific and business aspects of the internet.
Japanese language posts are referring users to the video-sharing site, UStream.tv where live videos of the event (in Japanese) can be seen online.
The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on December 7 at 9:30 AM GMT are:
1. #musicmonday (new)
2. #in2010 (new)
3. PTF (new) (Japanese conference on the internet)
4. #uknowuneedlotion (new)
5. #nowplaying (new)
6. Copenhagen (new)
7. #mm (new) (short for Music Monday)
8. #IranElection (new)
9. #iadmit I'm (new)
10. Christmas (unchanged)
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