Tag: Internet

  • The New Rick Roll

    Popular YouTuber Ryan Higa has managed to pull off a classic Internet prank on his viewers. While attempting to discover the newest Rick Roll prank, he actually pulls off the original gag while his fans don’t even realize they are being had.  Watch and see if you get Rolled.    Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/04/03/the-new-rick-roll/

  • Leeroy Jenkins Remade Into Short Film

    Any veteran nerd Internet user will remember the classic Leroy Jenkins World Of Warcraft viral video from the dawn of YouTube when an over-zealous Leroy ran into battle before his gild was fully prepared.  Now, nearly six years later (wow time flies on the Internet when you’re having fun) director Finn O’Hara has re-made the classic […]

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  • NBA Celebrates One Billion YouTube Views

    The National Basketball Association is naturally the most famous basketball league in the world. And their YouTube channel only adds strength to this claim. The NBA has over one million subscribers, and now has just surpassed one billion YouTube views. To honor such a rare milestone, famous NBA athletes and faces starred in this celebratory video that is going […]

  • Twitter Five Year Anniversary Celebrity Commercial

    Even though now it seems like such a simple idea, Twitter has really helped change the world. It is an intricate part of Web 2.0. From revolting against oppressive governments to checking out your favorite celebrities, Twitter helps people stay connected in a way never before. In honor of their 5th anniversary, Twitter launched a […]

  • What Kids Think About Social Media

    Social-media has become a ubiquitous word, but kids still don’t seem to fully understand the concept. Ya, they know that mom likes to take pictures of her breakfast on Facebook, but that’s about it.  Comedian Mark Malkoff wanted to investigate this issue further, so he interviewed a slew of children and asked what they understood about Twitter […]

  • All I Want For Christmas Is You Prank On Chatroulette

    Crazy Steve Kardynal is at it again. The popular YouTuber is best known online for dancing to pop hits on Chatroulette dressed as a woman to see how long it takes for his viewers to catch on that he is not a cute girl.  In honor of the holidays, he dressed up in cute Mrs. Claus outfits, […]

  • Video Game Alphabet

    Artist, animator, and avid gamer Evan Seitz pooled his hobbies together to create this video game obsessed animation which has started to trend on Vimeo.  The animation goes through the ABC’s of video games in a beautiful collage of popular gaming icons and characters. Did your favorite game make the list? How many can you recognize?    […]

  • Celebrities Read Mean Tweets Part 7

    Without a doubt, one of the Web’s most popular series is Jimmy Kimmel‘s hilarious Celebrities Read Mean Tweets segment. It doesn’t matter how many times he’s done it before, viewers can’t help but click and watch as their favorite celebs read mean tweets about themselves posted online by disgruntled fans. The look they make is just priceless! […]

  • Come With Us – Original Song Featuring Famous YouTubers

    Popular violinist Lindsey Stomp teamed up with a slew of popular YouTuber musicians and stars to produce this original song, titled Come With Us. Some of the YouTubers you might recognize are Mystery Guitarman, Devin Duper Tramp, Shaytards, and more. Naturally, the YouTuber packed viral video is featured by YouTube on Google+.   Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/08/16/come-with-us-song-featuring-famous-youtubers/

  • Musicians Read Mean Tweets About Themselves

    Jimmy Kimmel Live has done it before, but the web seemingly can’t get enough. Viewers simply love watching celebrities reading self-depreciating posts on Twitter. This time, Jimmy invited famous musicians onto his late night program to read the mean tweets their fans, or haters, tweeted on the world famous micro-blog site.   Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/10/10/musicians-read-mean-tweets/