Co-creator of the Internet, Vint Cerf, is not happy that the U.N. wants to impose old telecom regulations on his creation.
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Co-creator of the Internet, Vint Cerf, is not happy that the U.N. wants to impose old telecom regulations on his creation.

Original via Reddit

A new meme is born. Thanks, Chipotle guy.
gifhound:

Inspired by the only photo you need to see of Mitt Romney’s trip to a Chipotle in Denver.
[Source: Twitter]

A new meme is born. Thanks, Chipotle guy.

gifhound:

Inspired by the only photo you need to see of Mitt Romney’s trip to a Chipotle in Denver.

[Source: Twitter]

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Infographic: The Rise Of Tumblr’s “Fuck Yeah!” Movement

AN INFOGRAPHIC EXPLORES THE EXPLOSIVE F-BOMB OF A MEME THROUGH ITS SHORT HISTORY.

It may have started with a simple song. “America (Fuck Yeah)” was penned for Team America: World Police, a Matt Stone/Trey Parker flick that was a relatively small deal at the box office, pulling in a ho-hum $50 million or so worldwide.

But that idea—the [something] Fuck Yeah! concept—was clearly catchy. Asthis duo of infographics charts out, between 2007 and 2011, the meme had a meteoric rise, to the point where 150 Fuck Yeah! Tumblr blogs were created in a single day. (And while the phenomenon has peaked, there are still over 100 Fuck Yeah! Tumblr blogs created daily).

(via Fast Company’s Co.Design)