ROFLCon documentary

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

For one weekend every two years, the viral internet comes together IRL (in real life). Yup, it’s as bad as it sounds.

And by bad, we mean really, really awesome. ROFLCon, the brainchild of a few Harvard undergraduates, is a biennial gathering of the Internet’s foremost makers of viral memes, their hardcore fanboys, and the net researchers who get excited about them (with a hefty dose of chin-rubbing, no doubt).
Listen to people like Charlie Smidth (Keyboard Cat), Ben Huh (I Can Has Cheezburger), the guys from Autotune the News, Mahir Cagri (the original Borat), the guys behind Stuff White People Like, David after Dentist, Alexey Vayner (Impossible is Nothing) and more to what they have to say about memes and Internet culture in this 20 mins. documentary about ROFLcon.

How I Got Famous on the Internetz: David After Dentist, Keyboard Cat, Mahir, Aleksey Vayner and More at ROFLCon | via
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1 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

Who are those people?

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