Occupy Wall Street is bigger than Bieber! Well, at least on Twitter, anyhow. According to a new study by the Pew New Media Index. Unfortunately, just because the movement beat out the Biebs on Twitter for the top spot on trending topics, that doesn’t make OWS the #1 most talked about subject on the Internet. Read More
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