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February 12 2014

'Shoshi Games 2014' Tumblr Sends 'Girls' to the Olympics
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Shoshanna Shapiro is going for the gold, and it's not just for champion hair styling.

Shoshi Games 2014 is a brilliant new Tumblr that puts our favorite Girls star at the center of the action at the Sochi Winter Olympics

Catch Shosh leaping from the ski jump slope and nailing a triple axel on the Olympic ice

Within a day of blessing the Internet with this hilarious pop culture crossover, the Tumblr has already snagged Girls creator Lena Dunham's approval.

Magic: http://t.co/ZoPK772M2p

— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) February 12, 2014 Read more...

More about Pics, Tumblr, Girls, Memes, and Tv

February 09 2014

18 Grumpy Cat Valentines For Your Crabby Companion
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Grumpy Cat is probably more likely to scratch your eyes out than send a valentine. But if she is going to express affection, it will be in the only way she knows how.

If you're anything like Grumpy, all this lovey-dovey stuff is simply not for you either. All those cutesy Valentine's Day cards just don't capture how you truly feel about that special someone in your life. How can you speak from the heart if you don't have one?

If you're tired of all the candy hearts and PDA that February brings, everyone's favorite cranky kitty has the perfect way to say 'I love you' without getting sentimental about it. Read more...

More about Lists, Valentines, Memes, Valentine S Day, and Watercooler

February 08 2014

9 Ideas for Putin's Fantasy Olympics
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The opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympics were a dazzling sight to behold. With fireworks, beautiful choreography and an appearance of some strange furry characters on the ice, it was an overall success for Sochi.

But Russian President Vladimir Putin probably would have done things a little differently, if he'd had the chance. After all, he is the manliest man on the Internet, what with all the shirtless horseback riding and the shirtless fly fishing and the taming of angry leopard cubs

Twitter users all over are buzzing about what Putin's opening ceremony would have looked like, had we all just manned up and given him his druthers Read more...

More about Olympics, Memes, Vladimir Putin, Watercooler, and Conversations
Olympic Rings Fail Is Already on a T-Shirt
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When the over-sized Olympic ring failed to open during the opening ceremony at the Sochi Winter Olympics, the Internet took note.

That's right; now you can order your very own "Sochi Problems" t-shirt, complete with a malfunctioning Olympic ring.

The hashtag #SochiProblems has been popular on Twitter in the last few days and even sparked its own Twitter handle after visitors to the Russian city were less than thrilled with their accommodations

Buy yours before the IOC unleashes their lawyers on the seller.

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More about Winter Olympics, Watercooler, Memes, Sochi, and Sochi Problems

February 04 2014

8 People Who Look Like Satya Nadella
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Microsoft has named Satya Nadella its new CEO to replace Steve Ballmer early Tuesday morning

The Internet buzzed with speculation of Microsoft's future with Nadella, and took note of his personal appearance, comparing him to everyone from Dr. Bunsen Honeydew to Twitter CEO Dick Costolo

Facial photoshops have almost become a rite of passage in the digital domain, and from Hillary Clinton to Justin Bieber, we'd like to welcome Nadella to the club.

Steve Jobs vs Satya Nadella pic.twitter.com/JGfb6fpIAA

— Hans Edin (@hansedin) February 4, 2014 Read more...

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January 30 2014

Internet Mourns Death of Colonel Meow
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Stop for a meow-ment of silence — Colonel Meow had died.

The Internet-famous feline's human announced his passing Thursday on Facebook

Colonel Meow suffered health problems last November, but appeared to be back to his scotch-swigging, minion-grumbling form in recent months.

Twitter users reacted with sadness as news of the Colonel's untimely passing spread online.

rip @colonel_meow. The world really is coming to an end.

— Paul Fleetwood (@fleetwood412) January 30, 2014

In memory of the great and fearsome #ColonelMeow. May he dominate with an iron paw from a better place#RIP #Minionhood

— Andres Munt (@stept) January 30, 2014 Read more...

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This Is What Happens When Smart Phones Are Even Smarter
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Our smart phones act like our best friends. We take them everywhere, give them constant attention and definitely treat them better than some of our fellow humans (when we're not dropping them in the toilet)

Some day, all of our dreams may come true and our precious pocket companions will become sentient beings, rising up to become the ultimate wingmen. Imagine if Siri could stop you from drunk texting your ex, or your Instagram app could intervene on your hashtag abuse. The possibilities are endless.

Matt Higgins of Textplus Untethered explored this question and came up with the Smart(er) Phone, a feature that could be just on the horizon for smartphone users in need of an OS friend. Its snarky life advice will make you wonder why you don't already have it on your phone Read more...

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January 18 2014

Student Rickrolls His Teacher With Quantum Physics Essay
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By this point, you’d figure that the Rickroll prank has long since passed its cultural expiration date. However, leave it to genius student Sairam Gudiseva to find a fresh spin on a formerly tired meme in a quantum physics essay, of all things.

Rick Rolled my physics teacher..pic.twitter.com/1iapc3RSU1

— Sairam Gudiseva (@sairamg3) January 14, 2014 Read more...

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January 15 2014

16 Things That Frustrate Nerds to No End
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Nerds are passionate people with strong opinions. From Star Wars to Harry Potter, the many nuances of nerd culture can be very difficult for a non-nerd to navigate through.

But nerds have had enough. With the gaining popularity of all nerdy things, it's time for the rest of the world to start getting their facts straight — or else the collective nerd rage might bubble to epic proportions.

Non-nerds, it's time to brush up on your knowledge. Nerds, brace yourselves for much eye-rolling ahead. Read more...

1. "Nerd," "Geek" and "Dork" are not to be used interchangeably.

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January 14 2014

Get Your Paws on Lil Bub's Spacey New Photo App
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The Internet's favorite tiny cat with big green eyes has a budding entrepreneurial career in the works

Lil Bub launches a new app this week called "Tuxedo Kittie." Add spacey stickers, disguises and laser beams to your photos for a trippy, Bub-approved look. Just imagine how much cooler your selfies would look with space dust shooting out of your eyeballs

Download the app for free on iOS and Android starting Tuesday

Some users who discovered the app early have already started letting their Bub-ified creativity flow. Take a look and pick up the app to see how far you can stretch your whimsical side. Read more...

More about Apps, Space, Cute Animals, Memes, and Tech

January 13 2014

What's Black and White and All Over the Internet? #Lawrencing
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Jennifer Lawrence often shines on the red carpet. Sure, it's partially because of her stunning looks, but often, her oddball antics have everyone buzzing

At Sunday's Golden Globes, the actress struck again by epically photobombing Taylor Swift.

tumblr_mzbdpxrdHW1tp9tfso1_500Image: Tumblr, maggie-butlive

Everyone, unsurprisingly, loved it. But J-Law's dress wasn't as big of a hit. Because the Internet can't resist a meme, the black-and-white Christian Dior dress sparked what could be the meme of awards season: #Lawrencing

All you need is some tape or rope and a white blanket or towel, and you've got yourself a red-carpet worthy look Read more...

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January 09 2014

Grumpy Cat Vine Videos Reveal Playful Side of Sour Puss
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Don't end up on Grumpy Cat's bad side — she'll chomp on your hand, and enjoy it.

Grumpy Cat's prickly expression made her an Internet superstar, but we don't often see the famous kitty doing more than sitting like a grouch on a log. Now, thanks to a few new Vine videos, we can see a new, more fun side of Grumpy

The short videos, uploaded Wednesday, show Grumpy Cat playfully nibbling on string and a hand.

The cantankerous feline currently has 18,800 followers on Vine — compare that to nearly 3 million Facebook fans — so hopefully the new videos will be two of many six-second clips shared to boost Grumpy's presence on the mobile app.

BONUS: Oscar the Grouch vs. Grumpy Cat
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More about Cats, Cute Animals, Vine, Memes, and Watercooler

January 07 2014

Shorty Awards Wants Your Votes for Best Seflie, GIFs, Memes
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The Shorty Awards, an annual crowdsourced contest that honors talented social media users and Internet celebrities, tallied more than 1.8 million nominations last year that people submitted via tweets for individual people or companies.

In 2014, for the the first time, producers are letting the public also vote for specific content such as selfies, GIFs, memes, Instagram videos, Kickstarter projects and more. As with all categories, people cast votes using nominees' Twitter handles and hashtags, like so:

Shorty Awards Nominations.jpg

"Awarding excellence on a medium that changes every year is like living on the Galapagos Islands — it requires constant evolution," Greg Galant, cofounder and executive producer of the Shorty Awards, told Mashable. "For the 6th Annual Shortys we're giving awards for things that didn't even exist a year ago like Vines and Instagram videos." Read more...

More about Entertainment, Vine, Memes, Shorty Awards, and Kickstarter

January 02 2014

13 Photos That Will Explain 2013 to Your Grandchildren
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Virality often starts on Imgur. And in 2013, 13 of the Internet's favorite images started on the popular photo sharing site

Imgur combed through millions of cat GIFs and advice animals to select its picks for the best images of the year. The list of rankings includes moments born out of big events, like Beyoncé at the Super Bowl and Miley's VMA performance, and one-off oddities so strange that people couldn't turn away.

The site's active community, combined with an anyone-can-upload interface and simple Reddit integration, means a viral moment can start anywhere Read more...

More about Reddit, Lists, Miley Cyrus, Memes, and Beyonce

December 31 2013

16 People Made Famous by the Internet in 2013
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While Miley Cyrus lapped up fame from infamous televised performances this year, others were making a name for themselves on the Internet

Though not always for positive reasons, viral sensations can happen overnight, whether you intended to be noticed or not. In 2013, we learned that nothing is completely concealable — whether that's a SnapChat or government documents. Put anything online, and it's instantly a contender for the Internet to chew up and spit out. Pop culture continued to merge with web culture, making an audience for potential Internet stars that's stronger and larger than ever. Read more...

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December 30 2013

The Best Viral Content of 2013
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Historical events and celebrities will come and go, but viral content is hilarious forever. To honor their timelessness, we've rounded up the most-searched viral content of 2013 for your reminiscing pleasure. When our children's children write the stories of their ancestors, they'll write of these moments — Grumpy Cat meeting Oscar the Grouch and a little dance craze known as the Harlem Shake.

Check out the infographic below, based on data from Bing Trends. You'll notice that some of the trends listed are from 2012 or even earlier. That’s just proof that, while our attention spans may be dwindling to seconds at a time, viral content has staying power. Read more...

More about Memes, Viral Content, Infographic, Watercooler, and Brandspeak

December 28 2013

25 Easter Eggs in the Viral 'YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say' Video
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Hidden within YouTube's mashup of 2013's most viral moments are even more original videos from this year's biggest sensations

Portal-A, the creative studio that helped produce the mashup "YouTube Rewind: What Does 2013 Say?," above, used YouTube's annotations feature to hide extended footage within the video. That footage can be uncovered by gliding your cursor over the main video, and clicking on the boxes that appear at anytime. Each box leads to a new unlisted video

"What Does 2013 Say?" has accumulated more than 64 million views since being posted on Dec. 11. We've gathered all of the Easter Eggs in the video gallery, below Read more...

More about Youtube, Viral Videos, Entertainment, Easter Eggs, and Memes
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