From condescending Willy Wonka to “S–t Girls Say” parodies, college students get in on the Internet inside jokes.
Can 33 million YouTube views translate to television success?
One year after he became a viral star, Williams’ life has completely turned around.
Remember when you were a kid and you wanted to be a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle? Well now anyone can be — or, at least, their nose can.
It started off as a humble display of respect and prayer. But has it turned into a mockery?
Sadness for everyone!
From Smirnoff Ice to My Little Pony, modern bros are all over the place.
Amid the day’s perfection, of course the Internet had to find something to rip on.
The power of the Internet thrust the 13-year-old into the spotlight. So it’s only appropriate that her first interview appears on – you guessed it – Friday.
This weekend the internet was mainly transfixed on the disaster in Japan, and rightly so. On a lighter note, there were those who were obsessed with South by Southwest. But amid all the real news, you might just have heard about …
When will people learn? Repeat after NewsFeed: If you appear on the Internet, complaining about it to the media is only going to make it worse.