Sometimes you need a meme to get a message across.
Emerson Spartz ‘takes pride’ in using data to ‘give people what they want’ [via stupid memes].
Guy Debord ruins a perfectly nice if ubiquitous meme.
"Unexpected jihad" videos make light of terrorist attacks.
We caught up with the first cat of the internet as she took Chicago by storm.
This was bound to happen. But, do we need yet another media app?
Last week as ISIS made its infamous advance on Mosul, Twitter buzzed with YouTube videos of mass executions of Shiite Muslim men, and memes celebrating the blitzkrieg invasion by Iraq’s most feared armed group.
We've ended the week with the same amount of information we'd started with, essentially.
Over 26 million doges were generated and donated to power the meme dream.