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Twitter's Top Trends of 2010 - Yahoo! News

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Twitter's Top Trends of 2010 - YAHOO!: WASHINGTON, DC – To its critics, Twitter has never been a conduit for en... LINK ... To its critics, Twitter has never been a conduit for enlightened discourse. It's a cesspool of Bieber fever, celebrity gossip and 140-character adolescence. On Monday, the micro-blogging site gave naysayers another opportunity to kvetch: It published the top trending subjects of 2010. To some bloggers' surprise, however, the list contains more hard-hitting, substantive subjects than one might expect. Here's the list followed by commentary from the blogosphere:I'm Impressed! writes Stan Schroeder at Mashable:Twitter's top 10 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 psy

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