Current Twitter trends: Music Monday, 'Twitter Declared'

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Monday 30 November 2009 01:00
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Music Monday is the most talked about topic on Twitter on the morning of November 30.

Twitter users are using both "MM" and "#Music Monday" to tweet about their favorite musicians and music for today.

On Sunday, November 29, The Global Language Monitor declared "Twitter" the most popular English word for the year 2009. Twitter beat "Obama," "H1N1," "stimulus," and "vampire" to gain the top position in The Global Language Monitor's annual global survey of the English language.

People on the social networking site are microblogging about the win, posting links to The Global Language Monitor's article.

Google Wave continues to be among the top of Twitter's most talked about topics. More and more people are receiving invitations to Google's real-time collaboration and social networking platform resulting in an increasing amount of posts on Twitter advertising extra invites to Google Wave.

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on November 30 at 9:30 AM GMT are:

1. #musicmonday (new)
2. Google Wave (unchanged)
3. Twitter Declared (new)
4. #isitme (new)
5. New Moon (-2)
6. #omgfacts (new)
7. Tweetie 2 (new)
8. #spill (new)
9. #MM (new) (short for Music Monday)
10. Dubai (new)

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