Trending on Twitter this morning:
— Facebook IPO. The social media giant goes public tomorrow. Talk about Facebook’s initial public offering at noon Friday with USA Today stocks writer Matt Krantz (@mattkrantz) at usatoday.com’s Money page. Ask questions on Twitter using the hashtag #IPOChat and Krantz will answer them.
Imagining the timeline for FB’s IPO. How high do you think it will go on the first day? mashable.com/2012/05/16/fac…— Jane Scandurra (@JaneScandurra) May 16, 2012
— Abe Lincoln. Seeing the Civil War president’s name trending is a bit surprising, especially next to Facebook’s IPO and Lil Kim, but it traces back to a New York Times article, published on today’s front page, about a proposed Republican campaign that claims President Obama presented himself as a “metrosexual, black Abe Lincoln” when he ran for office.
A SuperPac ad compares President Obama to a black, metrosexual Abe Lincoln!They will hear from my attorney.I did not give permission.— Abraham Lincoln (@Mr_Lincoln) May 17, 2012
What topics or hashtags are you following today? Leave your answer in the comments below.