We now have Christine Kanownik's video poem, "I Want Milk," which examines the present in the most immediate sense: the speaker has desires, and feels the need to express them.
Social media memes create a powerful, simple way for social media users to instantly connect on a topic near and dear to them. For example, as the da...
Facebook is ostensibly a social media. They want to you share stories and photos, to tag your friends and spread information. I write for Firedoglake...
Yesterday I proposed to my girlfriend of a year and a half. I didn't take her out to a nice restaurant, on a romantic walk along a beach, or pop the question during halftime at a major sporting event. I proposed to her online, as SirTechnocracy on Reddit..
People are starting to gather around deeply personal and unique aspects of themselves -- and because of their sheer number and the ease of personal expression, the Internet is providing a much more nuanced look at behavior and true ideology.
Most of our content consists of hot models in the latest fashions and trends in underwear. So every now and then it's refreshing to come across some underwear related news that breaks the mold. And dogs in underwear is our latest guilty pleasure.
I spoke to Joanna Rohrback, the creator behind YouTube's viral "Prancercise: A Fitness Workout" video, about her breakout online fame and the evolut...
Whether it's Grumpy Cat captions or Harlem Shake knock-offs, there's always some new Internet trend to follow and imitate.
While I'm in favor of any great idea that might improve the quality of a screenplay -- or movies as a whole -- I am conflicted about what this means for the future of Hollywood... and humankind.
I vehemently believe that Detroit is a place and time where we can come together to design our collective outcomes. It is indeed the opportunity of a generation and it will take everyone, incoming and resident, black and white, young and old to harness it.
It will end up being a woman who saves the world from destruction in Game of Thrones. And if I were a betting man, I'd say that it will be a woman, or women, who too will save our world from destruction.
In Channel Surfing #8, What's Trending presents the best of YouTube's original channels this week!
The Tunisian Harlem Shake incident comes on the verge of an unprecedented political crisis in this country.
If you still have not heard of the Harlem Shake you must be living in a cave. Much has been written about the rapid and global spread of this catchy internet meme, yet little is understood about how it spread.
There are only two rules for the Harlem Shake: 1) one person dances around, ignored, usually with a funny mask on, for 15 seconds followed by 2) chaos. No rules. A dense comic book page teeming with vignettes, or people repetitively doing one very random, spasmodic motion.
Do the HuffPost shake! If you're a fan of the Harlem Shake -- the faddish Internet meme that features a masked person dancing to a song called the "H...