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#whyyoweave Funniest Twitter Trends

It’s the latest version of “Yo Mama” jokes. You remember “Yo Mama” jokes, right? Yo mama so ugly that she looked out the window and got arrested for mooning. Yo mama so fat that when she wears a yellow raincoat, people yell “taxi!” The modern update is Why Yo Weave…? With the hashtag #whyyoweave on Twitter, the jokes are aimed …

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Jeremy Lin Is HUGE On Twitter

The New York Knicks white-hot trending topic point guard, aside from being the talk of the sports world — move over, you Super Bowl-winning Giants, it’s Lin Time — he’s also one of the most popular topics on Twitter, especially during his ascension from relative unknown to household name territory. The story of Lin’s rise to his current position as …

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msnNow From Microsoft Highlights Bing, Facebook, Twitter Trends

Microsoft just launched a new MSN service called msnNOW, which the company says is designed to surface breaking trends from across the web, show what people are saying about the trends and why they matter. “msnNOW scours real-time sources, including Facebook, Twitter, Bing, and BreakingNews.com, so you can stay up on what everyone is talking about and join the conversation,” …

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Jeremy Lin’s Game-Winner Keeps Linsanity Going Strong

Apparently, last night was supposed to be the beginning of the end of Linsanity as New York Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni reintroduced Amare Stoudemire to the starting lineup. The thinking is once these established players made their way back to the Knicks’ rotation, it would cut down on Lin’s touches and attempts from the field. Perhaps this fear resides more …

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Post Directly From Google+ Search Results With New “Join The Discussion” Feature

Google has added a new feature to Google+ that allows users to post directly from the Google+ search results. Yes, actually post – not simply comment on another user’s post or share another user’s post, but create your own post on the topic for which you searched. They say it’s all about “starting conversations,” making it so that it’s easier …

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SOPA Trends Taking Over Twitter

At least for today, anyway. Of course, that’s what happens when you take away one of the primary web resources in the world. First, people freak out and display their dismaying amount of ignorance, and then, the levelheaded folks step in and offer some intelligent discourse about the trending topic at hand. In this case, we’re talking about SOPA, of …

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Report: LinkedIn Members Ready for CES 2012 Innovations

With CES shaking up the tech world in Las Vegas this week, a new report from LinkedIn reveals that business professionals are more than willing to get their hands on all the new products and services. The network released its 2012 Consumer Electronics Report, in which it surveyed 1,602 U.S. adults, half of which are active LinkedIn members, and the other half who represented the general U.S. population.

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The Web Reacts To Alabama Crushing LSU In BCS Championship

As Tim Tebow demonstrated, the sports world is always a great way to get the masses talking on Twitter, and while the LSU/Alabama BCS Championship Game didn’t break the records Tim Tebow’s overtime pass did, it’s still the talk of the web. Be it sports blogs, mainstream media web outlets, or Twitter, folks are still reacting to the Alabama’s crushing …

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