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The whole new world has been warning of the dangers of online sites for years – and Black Mirror has basically made a killing doing the same. While we don’t believe the internet is a benign force, this AOL advertisement from the early 2000’s really hammers the whole “internet is bad” thing into viewers. Which is weird, because…AOL?
If you’ve ever thought disconcerted by the way technology/AI have interupted in our lives, you’re not alone. Tweet account @internetofshit is basically dedicated to waking people up to the fact that tech is ruining our lives in the most capitalistic ways possible. Let’s all find new ways to do necessary life things and charge people a premium for it. What the heck is the world coming to?
If you’re bored of relatable memes and fluffy wholesomeness, this cringe-packed wince-inducing batch of memes will be seriously refreshing. Instead of thinking about how wonderfully alike we all are, why don’t we focus on the people who are f*cked up and all the terrible things that exist on the internet and IRL.
Memers are shook after the EU’s Article 13 was passed yesterday by the European Parliament. The r/dankmemes community started meme-ing as soon as the news broke, but seems to be ignoring some very important information regarding the article’s passing: memes and GIFs are EXEMPT. This important tidbit seems to be flying over peoples heads. We’d rather assume that people would rather have an excuse to meme than stay calm on the matter. It will be at least two years before the law takes effect, we just hope these memes aren’t all we’ll be seeing in the meantime.
Y’all remember the day the internet died? We do. Because it’s still dead. It’s been a rough day for social media freaks and social media dependent businesses alike. As of 6:30pm EST, Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp were all still dead. And the internet was absolutely freaking out. Privacy-concerned citizens can rest easy: Zuckerbery & Co. say that this outage is not due to DDoS attack. Seems like all we can do now is sit back, wait, and enjoy the memes.
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The internet bore witness to some serious emoji controversy this week over an emoji that doesn’t actually exist. Twitter user @mioog tweeted a crossed out pride flag, later claiming that he had found it in Apple’s code. The tweet inspired more tweets, some claiming it was an Apple creation, and others making jokes that were pro-LGBT. As can be expected, there were also many, many memes. It was soon revealed on Reddit that the emoji is actually a combination of unicode characters, and not, in fact, a sinister homophobic emoji of Apple’s creation. This comes as a relief, and allows us to enjoy some of the dumb memes that have come out of this internet debacle.
Sometimes we get pretty complacent about the data we share with our “friends” on the internet. We get sucked into this share culture and forget to check ourselves. This Twitter thread from Dylan Curran is an incredible (and incredibly educational) reminder that we need to watch our internet backs.
The love of grandparents is a very special type of unconditional. Many times they won’t even flinch at something your parents would absolutely freak about. If you’re lucky, they would slip you money or feed you dessert for dinner. Even if your grandparents are spoiling you from the afterlife, these posts are sure to bring you back to a simpler time when you were “looking a little skinny” or needed “just one more helping.”
If you’re feeling down on yourself or like you’re going nowhere in life, these pics are for you. From incels to furries, from creeps to the incredibly slow, these people are in need of some serious help, or at the very least, in need of having their internet cards revoked. In short: these people will make you feel a hell of a lot better about yourself.