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The guy who wrote the book on social TV explains what's changed since.
Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel kind of invented social TV on "Saturday Night Live."
Kevin Ware's injury sparked more tweets this week than March Madness itself, last week's top trend.
Overachieving Florida Gulf Coast helped the tournament top all trends this week -- good news for brands tagging along, like AT&T.
The resemblance between the actor playing Satan in History's "The Bible" and President Obama sparked the week's No. 9 trend.
Google won the biggest lift in Twitter buzz last week, partly because so many people were talking about the end of Google Reader.
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Twitter's head of TV, Fred Graver, reveals in a blog post that there were nearly 9 million tweets about the 85th annual Academy Awards last night.
It was actually Chipotle competitor Qdoba promising free food to anyone who kissed in front of its stores on Valentine's Day.
Blizzard Nemo had some tough competition this week -- including the pope and the Grammys -- but managed to come out on top.
Zeebox says it's a "sidekick" to TV. Now that includes live commercials too.
What we talk about when we're not talking about the Super Bowl.
Only one Super Bowl commercial can be The Buzziest.
Rihanna confirmed this week that she's back with Chris Brown. He also got in another fight.
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"Vampire Diaries" has a modest but particularly social audience.
The inauguration, the anniversary of Roe v. Wade and Martin Luther King Day stirred up Twitter this week.