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Articles tagged "memes"
Researchers have found that the 19th century had listicles and an equivalent to YouTube.
Where trolls move from the virtual shadows to the real ones.
The hits keep coming.
Warning: this interview contains art talk, but hopefully it's balanced by the cats.
Professor Richard Dawkins, an EWI, and a whole bunch of insane visuals came together for an epic moment of WTFness.
How to Make a Million Dollars Pushin’ Pixels: An Interview with The Million Dollar Homepage Creator Alex Tew
I mean, who really makes a million bucks online? No effin’ way, man. Not in 2005.
It is, without a doubt, one of the most pivotal thefts on the web.
Maybe it's time after all to sell chick lit readers on Plath, emo kids on Joyce and frustrated Redditors on Flaubert.
Vayner, a driven athlete and entrepreneur, had become synonymous with the perils of unintended Internet fame.
Because scientists is people, too. And sometimes people take long lunch breaks. #overlyhonestmethods
If Tub Girl made you barf, you might be more able than others at finding grime.
One chapter in a long and sticky saga about the visual jokes, references, and ideas that fly around the internet--and the laws designed to stop them dead in their rainbow-colored tracks.
So here is how we go online to distract ourselves from the biggest storm in history.
Last night, on national television, Clint Eastwood spent twelve minutes haltingly addressing an empty chair. It was surreal. By doing this, the world-renowned actor and director will soon discover this: in 2012, no celebrity can ever hope to attempt
The first time I saw lesser-known presidential candidate "Vermin Supreme":http://www.verminsupreme.com/ on the Internet, I thought he was dead serious and I was terrified by him. "This weird guy," I thought. "He will enslave us all." Supreme, recogni…
Don't tell me you haven't clicked on a YouTube video just because that little, teeny-weeny video preview image was chock full of some serious cleavage. The "hot bird talking about something or other" has been an attention-grabbing standby since TV we…
In 2006, a Yale undergraduate named Aleksey Vayner was looking for a finance job after college. So he made a video about his rules for success.
Imagine Kreayshawn or, really, any other internet-famous rapper popular among the internet cool kids of 2012, and it's an image not so much startled by the spotlight, but stupefied by it. Your latest rap meme is Kitty Pryde and the Florida rapper's m…
Wang Lijun is the former police chief and current deputy mayor of Chongqing province in China. He recently spent a day at the US Consulate in Chengdu, prompting rumors that he was defecting to the United States. Now his whereabouts are unknown. The C…
A successful political campaign relies on memes that can capture the hearts and minds of the people and turn them into voters. Words like "hope," "change," and "poor people" work, but in Russia, where campaign season is in full swing ahead of electio…