Know Your Meme Blog

News, research, and dispatches from our editorial staff.

Q&A with Magibon

Q&A with Magibon

Added Feb 22, 2011 at 01:05PM EST by AJ Mazur.

Recently, we had a chance to catch up with Magibon to find out what the big-eyed YouTube sweetheart has been up to since moving to Japan. …And yeup, still loves staring at camera.

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Foxdye: Monsters of Meme

Foxdye: Monsters of Meme

Added Feb 18, 2011 at 08:00PM EST by Don.

Foxdye is an electronic artist from Portland, Oregon that just released a new album filled with samples from her favorite Internet memes.

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Q&A with Nuzlocke

Q&A with Nuzlocke

Added Feb 15, 2011 at 06:55PM EST by AJ Mazur.

We had a few moments with the creator of the Nuzlocke Challenge in between gym battles. Come on in, so we can share our Pokemans with you!

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European Scientists Embark on Project RoboEarth

European Scientists Embark on Project RoboEarth

Added Feb 09, 2011 at 07:49PM EST by Brad.

A group of European scientists are working on the RoboEarth Project, an EU-funded initiative to create a world wide network and database where “robots can share information and learn from each other.” …Will this be the beginning of The Third Replicator as suggested by Dr. Susan Blackmore?

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Q&A with Approval Guy

Q&A with Approval Guy

Added Feb 09, 2011 at 03:41PM EST by AJ Mazur.

We asked Approval Guy if he wanted to sit down, answer a few questions, talk a little bit about life and rainbows. Can you guess what his response was? Spoiler alert: he approves.

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Q&A with Blake Boston (Scumbag Steve)

Q&A with Blake Boston (Scumbag Steve)

Added Feb 08, 2011 at 04:27PM EST by Brad.

When Blake Boston was sixteen, his mother took a picture of him chillin’ in the house, which eventually ended up on his Myspace page. Five years later, Blake’s youthful high school picture became associated with everyone’s favorite meme of the now: Scumbag Steve. Check inside for full interview!

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Q&A with YouChewPoop

Q&A with YouChewPoop

Added Feb 02, 2011 at 05:34PM EST by AJ Mazur.

Origins of YouTube Poop (YTP) videos are revealed in a Q&A chat session with members of YouChewPoop community, including the founding fathers Matt “SuperYoshi” Mulligan and Andrew “Yaminomalex” Hartford.

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