Thanks to everyone's favorite-slash-least-favorite animated file format, watching an entire film takes one minute.
Articles tagged "GIF"
Wikileaks posted some cheerful silent videos of Edward Snowden.
Republicans are making GIFs now.
Honoring OS X updates with cat gifs.
We raise our steins to a Tumblr.
Google+ has opened up its border to animated profile picture capabilities. That's a good thing.
As the search giant prepares to bury every journalist's best friend, Google Reader, it's releasing a new way for people to find G…
What does this video really think about GIFs?
It's been 14 years since the emergency rafts full of netizens started to ditch the sinking ships of websearch services Altavista, Yahoo, AskJeeves, WebCrawler, MSN and AOL Search.
Voila, here are 50 shades of Grey, ranging from 20% luminosity to 70% luminosity. I like to think Richard Serra would be proud.
Last night, Corinthians Paulista, a soccer team from São Paulo that I _just happen_ to have a tattoo for, won the semifinal round of the Copa Libertadores, the South American club soccer championship. If none of that made any sense, I apologize; suf…
On this day when a GIF can finally rent its own car, Motherboard looks back in loving retrospect, at the early years.
Since its birth in the early days of the Web, the animated GIF image format has become an integral part of the web's ecology. While they once served a sort of video function in the days before YouTube, today they are more than just documents of nosta…