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The long-anticipated and notoriously inscrutable Kojima project is here.
At the beginning of this year, ironic meme culture broke new grounds with the media spotlight on the rise of surreal memes. Many months have passed since then, and the community of surreal meme makers are still growing. Thoughts?
Nostalgia is a powerful emotion, and it seems video game developers have figured that out. Remastered iterations of gaming classics are rolling out in bunches now, giving old-school gamers all the feels for their favorite titles but with crisp graphics and quick processing. But are gamers being played by developers logging into human’s draw to nostalgia to make a quick buck on memories?
In our latest collaboration with The Perspective, we try to make a case for, and against, the controversial stunt recently staged by CNN TV host and comedian Kathy Griffin.
In our latest collaboration with The Perspective, we break down the main arguments from the opposing viewpoints on the most intense debate of the year so far. What do you think? Is a hot dog a sandwich or not?
Here's how it all went down during our Internet Meme Exchange event on April 1st.
How ironic memes have evolved over the years.
Are Kony-related status updates driving you to the verge of an unfriending spree on Facebook? Well, you're certainly not alone and here's why: Facebook.
The Internet has plenty of stuff to be afraid of--from lawmakers and copyright holders to Chuck Norris and Bono--but what about itself? Recent SOPA and ACTA-related media has contributed to a flood of incorrect information and questionable-to-say-the-least protest techniques. In the future, what can the Internet do to stay the course and assure a common, correct, convincing voice?
In light of recent activity by groups like Lulzsec and Operation Antisec, here's a look at what you might be in for if you get caught. Unless you live in Ghana.