Brad's Favorite Editorials
Added Feb 21, 2012 at 12:59PM EST by Mike.
The Internet has plenty of stuff to be afraid of--from lawmakers and copyright holders to Chuck Norris and Bono--but what about itself? Recent SOPA and ACTA-related media has contributed to a flood of incorrect information and questionable-to-say-the-least protest techniques. In the future, what can the Internet do to stay the course and assure a common, correct, convincing voice?
Added Jan 06, 2012 at 03:32PM EST by Brad.
With the new year of 2012 upon us, we would like to take some time to look back upon Know Your Meme’s site features and editorial direction thus far. Please fill in your response to the following questions; we will read all the suggestions!
Added Sep 23, 2011 at 03:44PM EDT by amanda b..
In the 1990s, James Marshall decided to compose what many considered a canonical list of emoticons and one-line ASCII art. He recently spoke with us about why he started the collection and his thoughts on the future of emoticons.