Know Your Meme

Posted Fri, Aug. 17th 2012 in Echoes of KFest (video)

Thanks to the Internet and social media, cultural artifacts can be disseminated in a distributed fashion faster than ever before. When something attains phenomenon status via viral means, it becomes a meme. But, just like a real virus, memes can quickly die off. What’s everyone talking about today that will be gone tomorrow? Ken Gagne demonstrates what a double rainbow means and who your man could smell like. Find these YouTube videos at http://www.showbits.net/2010/08/18/know-your-meme/

Recorded on 7/24/2010 by Ken Gagne and made available under a ,Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) Creative Commons license.

Know Your Meme, or the Return of the King

Posted Thu, Aug. 2nd 2012 in Echoes of KFest (video)

For your amusement, Ken Gagne entertains with some of the latest Internet memes, demonstrating and tying together variations on three different cat themes: Keyboard Cat, Nyan Cat, and Debbie from eHarmony. Guaranteed to bring out the laughs.

Recorded on 7/23/2011 by Ken Gagne and made available under a ,Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) Creative Commons license.

Know Your Meme, or the Return of the King

Posted Sat, Jul. 23rd 2011 in

For your amusement, Ken entertains us with some of the latest Internet memes. Guaranteed to bring out the laughs.

Know Your Meme

Posted Fri, Jul. 23rd 2010 in

Thanks to the Internet and social media, cultural artifacts can be disseminated in a distributed fashion faster than ever before. When something attains phenomenon status via viral means, it becomes a meme. But, just like a real virus, memes can quickly die off. What’s everyone talking about today that will be gone tomorrow? Come learn what a double rainbow means, and see who your man could smell like.