Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Social Media Doesn't Respond to Dow Breaking 10,000

The Dow industrials closed above 10,000 for the first time in over a year today, yet there was very little recognition of that milestone by the social media community.

Passing the 10,000 benchmark after being below 7,000 just seven months ago didn't make Twitter's trending topics, the most Digged stories or top blog stories in Google Blog searches.

Why didn't this make any of the lists of top stories in social media? Is this a sign that people aren't aware, are apathetic, don't believe this is significant or something else entirely?


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