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Here’s the psychology behind our love of ‘Frozen’

For the first time in forever, it’s a video about why we love Frozen.

On by Michelle Jaworski

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Education on YouTube isn’t as easy as A, B, C

Getting into the classroom was only the beginning.

On by Michelle Jaworski

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Can we agree on spoiler rules for the Internet?

Here’s what fans think. 

On by Michelle Jaworski

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Why memes stop being funny

PBS explains.

On by Michelle Jaworski

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The first great crowdsourced myth of the Internet

When it comes to Slender Man, the line between folklore and meme blurs.

On by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw

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Everything you need to know about ‘Welcome to Night Vale’

America’s favorite surreal horror podcast just got the professional pop-culture critic treatment.

On by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw

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Where YouTube’s Geek Week failed

Geekiness is not a competition. It’s a conversation.

On by Michelle Jaworski

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Is YouTube making us smarter?

Yes, according to PBS Idea Channel’s Mike Rugnetta.

On by Chase Hoffberger

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Inside MemeFactory—where Web humor becomes performance art

With slideshows and projectors, the Brooklyn-based trio captures the essence of Internet culture—strictly for an offline audience. 

On by Kevin Morris

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Is Homestuck the “Ulysses” of the Internet?

PBS’s Idea Channel considers the possibility that the length and complexity of the webcomic sensation Homestuck puts it on par with James Joyce’s best work.

On by Lauren Rae Orsini

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How YouTube is revolutionizing education

From Crash Course by the vlogbrothers to asapScience, YouTube stars are creating educational videos that are fun, engaging, and ready for the classroom. 

On by Michelle Jaworski

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Is the Internet in an “eternal September”?

Meme Factory celebrates accidental awesomeness at ROFLcon but asks, has the Web jumped the shark?

On by Kevin Morris

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Are LOLCats and image macros art?

PBS’s Idea Labs makes a compelling case in this short film. 

On by Kevin Morris

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