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Day 101: Tell me again how much you paid?

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Early in my career, I learned that my personal information is worth money; that if my personal information and that of thousands of others is parsed and dissected into a spreadsheet, a company with something to sell can pinpoint exact groups of people to whom different products can be marketed and sold. 167 more words

365 Day Photos

Meme culture in Vietnam: examining the centre-periphery model validity in the digital age

This research paper belongs to the course Mass Media in Asia at RMIT University. It was originally researched, combined and written on 11th May 2017 by 4 co-authors: 2,582 more words

Academic

Inspire art: supporting your favourite creators (with more than just money)

If you’ve got a creative bone in your body, you know how hard it is to make a living from your craft. And if you don’t know, someone will tell you. 930 more words

The Life

What Does 'Yeet' Mean? Everything You Need To Know About The Viral Dance-Turned-Exclamation

If you grew up in the 2000s, there’s a pretty big chance that you’ve heard the word “yeet” before, whether or not you actually understood what it meant. 701 more words

Humor

Making GIFs in a Giffy in Adobe Photoshop

In the words of internet cartoon character Strong Bad (like if you remember Homestar Runner), “Evil moms choose evil GIF.”

Animated GIFs are one of the most popular ways to share memes or decorate websites and I’m sure you’ve seen many of them across Facebook, Tumblr, and other sites. 1,042 more words

Internet Culture

Put a Stop to Branding

I recently read a twitter post that was along the lines of “You know when you start following a blog that’s mostly about writing but then they post about OTHER THINGS?? 962 more words

Blog

Podcast with The Human Show: Influencers and Youth Online.

Hi folks!

I was invited to be on a podcast with the good people over at The Human Show, shedding light on what it is anthropologists actually do. 235 more words

Internet Culture