Internet Memes 101: What They Are, Where They Come From & Where to Look for Them
Internet Memes. They’re everywhere on the web these days, and they’ve only grown stronger over the past few years since we starting seeing them pop up around the mid-2000s. For anyone who might new to social media, image sharing and overall Internet culture, Internet memes can be a confusing thing to understand. So here’s a quick breakdown of...
Where to Find Funny GIFs Online
Funny GIFs can provide hours of entertainment, if you know where to look and how to find the best ones. Image sharing has been popular online for some time, but funny GIFs are the hot new trend that tend to go much more viral these days. The funniest GIFs can be hard to come by, so here are some tips on where you can start looking.
All About the Dog Shaming Tumblr Blog
It’s not every day that you see such a simple idea make a blog go completely viral online in just a few days. The popular microblogging platform known as Tumblr has helped push quite a few blogs into the realm of Internet fame, and the latest one is called “Dog Shaming.”
Where to Find Tumblr Themes for Free
Tumblr is one of the most popular blogging platforms right now, and people all over the web are scrambling to find good free Tumblr themes that look nice and professional. If you’re really dedicated to growing a popular Tumblr blog or already have a loyal readership, then you might consider hiring a web designer to customize a theme for you....
How to Become Tumblr Famous
Tumblr fame. It has both its ups and downs. On one hand, you’ve got hundreds or even thousands of Tumblr users spreading your content by reblogging it on their own blogs, and you may even receive quite a few nice compliments or interesting questions from people who submit to your “Ask” box.
The Rise of the Animated GIF
Animated images -- otherwise known as GIFs -- have been around for 25 years, but in 2013, the GIF trend has never been stronger. Back in the mid to late 90s, at the dawn of the Internet age, GIFs were normally characterized by tacky little clipart images that moved skittishly, often scattered across sites built on Geocities or Angelfire.