The story of the internet, as told by Know Your Meme - The Verge


29 bookmarks. First posted by TypingPixels march 2018.


After 10 years of documenting memes, nobody has seen this much shit.
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april 2018 by soobrosa
100j. History of know your meme
Teaching 
march 2018 by scritic
Brad Kim’s mother recently found Jesus, which is nice but a little bit of a problem for him. “I don’t know how to tell my mom, like, ‘I don’t think I can ever…
Instapaper 
march 2018 by Devje
Zehn Jahre „Know your meme“ besucht für in Williamsburg
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march 2018 by joha04
Talking to Know Your Meme editor Brad Kim about 10 years of cataloguing the culture of the internet
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march 2018 by yamilsalinas
Videos are videos; it’s networks that are viral. “The internet doesn’t actually love cats,” he says. “But there is this very dense, highly connected internet cat industrial complex — people who really love cats who are super well-connected to each other across several platforms, such that if you put just the right cat video in front of somebody, they can get it out to so many cat lovers that all of a sudden you’ll see it replicated 10 times in your Facebook feed.” The assumption that something that’s popular is good, and that something with a lot of views is valuable, has been programmed into us by 100 years of mass media, he argues. And it’s something we need to unlearn “if we’re going to understand memes and if we’re going to understand influence.”
UofWinds 
march 2018 by copystar
Brad Kim’s mother recently found Jesus, which is nice but a little bit of a problem for him. “I don’t know how to tell my mom, like, ‘I don’t think I can ever get religious, as long as I’m on the internet. It’s kind of the anti-Bible. You learn everything terrible about human beings. via Pocket
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march 2018 by jburkunk
Happy Birthday, Know Your Meme!
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march 2018 by grzbielok
The story of the internet, as told by Know Your Meme
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march 2018 by jamescampbell
Brad Kim’s mother recently found Jesus, which is nice but a little bit of a problem for him. “I don’t know how to tell my mom, like, ‘I don’t think I can ever…
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march 2018 by flobosg
The Verge on the history of Know Your Meme: not mentioned: Rocketboom founder Andrew Baron's arrest for…
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march 2018 by waxpancake
The story of the internet, as told by Know Your Meme

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march 2018 by poploser
Relevant för era intressen.
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march 2018 by pelles
Brad Kim’s mother recently found Jesus, which is nice but a little bit of a problem for him. “I don’t know how to tell my mom, like, ‘I don’t think I can ever…
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march 2018 by peterjblack
Talking to Know Your Meme editor Brad Kim about 10 years of cataloguing the culture of the internet
march 2018 by thenerdscribe
Brad Kim’s mother recently found Jesus, which is nice but a little bit of a problem for him. “I don’t know how to tell my mom, like, ‘I don’t think I can ever get religious, as long as I’m on the internet. It’s kind of the anti-Bible. You learn everything terrible about human beings. via Pocket
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march 2018 by drewcaldwell
Brad Kim’s mother recently found Jesus, which is nice but a little bit of a problem for him. “I don’t know how to tell my mom, like, ‘I don’t think I can ever…
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march 2018 by louderthan10
The story of the internet, as told by Know Your Meme via Instapaper http://ift.tt/2oUpYYm
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march 2018 by TypingPixels