According to Texas-based Global Language Monitor (GLM) reports, Twitter, the popular social networking, has been voted the top English word this year.
Twitter word was more popular than Obama and H1N1 — the scientific name for
the latest swine flu strain sweeping the globe.
Other words to enter common currency reflect the global economic crisis such
as “stimulus” and “deficit“.
Of the top 15 words, a further six are linked to the downturn such as “outrage” to denote feelings generated by bankers bonuses in bailedout companies, “bonus”, “unemployed“, and Continue reading “Twitter ranked #1 in search words on Internet”