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Grumpy Cat: Now Two And Headed To Hollywood

Grumpy Cat: Now Two And Headed To Hollywood

By Toni Matthews-El April 6, 2014

The internet recently wished its most popular living meme a happy second birthday. Grumpy Cat, known affectionately by her owners as Tardar Sauce, achieved global fame after starring in YouTube videos which went viral. When one looks at the seemingly …

Welcome to the World of Internet Memes, Lee Corso Welcome to the World of Internet Memes, Lee Corso

ESPN’s “Cursing” Lee Corso is always good for a laugh when he’s on the College GameDay set, and now, Corso’s found a way to crossover in the offseason, courtesy of a old fashioned swimsuit and a rubber duck. Armed with …

Internet Loves Hologram Tupac Memes Internet Loves Hologram Tupac Memes

It’s old news by now that a Hologram of Tupac performed at Coachella. Try telling the internet that. Memes are still cropping up featuring Hologram Tupac talking to Luke Skywalker via R2D2, Hangin out with Harry Potter’s parents in the …

Ridiculously Photogenic Guy is Photogenic Ridiculously Photogenic Guy is Photogenic
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Since photographer Will King snapped this photo at the Cooper River Bridge Run, in Charleston, South Carolina, Zeddie Little’s life has never been the same. The Ridiculously Photogenic Guy exploded on the internet after being posted on Reddit on April …

Nyan Cat Has Actually Been Around For a Year Now Nyan Cat Has Actually Been Around For a Year Now

How does it feel when you watch memes age before your eyes? Does it give you pause, realizing how many trends have become popular, only to be forgotten almost as quickly since Nyan Cat was uploaded? After enough memes start …

Programming Is The Coolest Thing Ever Programming Is The Coolest Thing Ever
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I think that we all can agree that programming is awesome. It brings us everything from computer applications to video games. Anybody who claims that programming is not the bee’s knees has obviously never seen a computer beat people in …

NickRoll’D: Latest Meme Leads Victims To Nickelback YouTube Video NickRoll’D: Latest Meme Leads Victims To Nickelback YouTube Video
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If you’ve spent any amount of time on the Internet, then you’ve probably been RickRoll’D. For the off chance that a few of you aren’t familiar Rickrolling, it’s an Internet meme form of bait and switch. Someone will send you …

Viral Content Can Be Tricky, But Awfully Rewarding Viral Content Can Be Tricky, But Awfully Rewarding
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Most, if not all content creators want their work to get noticed. Whether it’s on a viral basis or something more — full blown popularity — when it comes to the web content, having other people see and respond to …

Do a Barrel Roll! In Google’s Search, and Enjoy Do a Barrel Roll! In Google’s Search, and Enjoy
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As a mid-late 20′s something, I’m blessed with remembering the glory days of video games with both the SNES and Nintendo 64. One of the games which everyone had to play at the time was Star Fox, and the sequel …

The First Rule Of Dot War: You Do Not Tweet About Dot War
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Have you ever found yourself wondering if your Twitter icon could beat another in a pixel battle royale? Sure, we all have at one point or another… but now, thanks to Dot War, you can battle it out with other Twitter icons.

With whom are you going to have your Twitter icon do battle? Let us know.

Yahoo’s Twitter Releases an API
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Yahoo has released an API for Meme, the company’s microblogging service, which is still in beta. If you’re not familiar with Meme, it’s kind of like Yahoo’s version of Twitter, minus the enormous amount of hype.

While Twitter Tweets, Yahoo’s Meme Barks
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Yahoo has introduced their own version of Twitter. For now, at least, you can only use it in Portuguese. It’s called Meme—borrowed from a word coined by Richard Dawkins (he used the word to describe a human gene that causes selfishness).

’25 Things’ The Latest Trend On Facebook

Facebook’s popular “25 Things About Me” meme  has gone viral and has even hit mainstream media (it’s in Time Magazine!). And since you have to have a Facebook account to participate, this simple request has driven a lot of new signups and traffic to the site.