Caramelldansen. "Caramelldansen" (Swedish for "The Caramell Dance") is the first track and the lead single of the album Supergott released in November 2001 by the Swedish music group Caramell.
It is also a popular Internet meme that began in the second half of 2006 in the Internet community 4chan.  Internet phenomenon The meme started as a fifteen frame Flash animation loop showing Mai and Mii, characters of the Japanese visual novel Popotan doing a hip swing dance with their hands over their heads to imitate rabbit ears, and the chorus of the sped up version of the song "Caramelldansen" sung by Malin and Katia from Swedish music group Caramell. The sped up version of the song is now known as "Caramelldansen (SpeedyCake Remix)".
Animation loop from the visual novel Popotan, used in the internet meme known as "Caramelldansen". Background Popotan first appeared as a Japanese PC game on December 12, 2002. As the Caramelldansen video gained popularity, it became a meme. Media 4chanData.org - Biggest Archive of 4chan threads. Christopher Poole. Christopher Poole (born c. 1988) is an American internet entrepreneur from New York City, noted for founding the websites 4chan and Canvas.
He originally started 4chan anonymously, under the pseudonym moot (always written with lower case). Impact and activity On September 12, 2009, Poole gave a talk on why 4chan has a reputation as a "Meme Factory" at the Paraflows Symposium in Vienna, Austria, which was part of the Paraflows 09 festival, themed Urban Hacking. In this talk, Poole mainly attributed this to the anonymous system, and to the lack of data retention on the site ("The site has no memory. "). In 2010, Poole was reported to have raised $625,000 to create a new online enterprise, Canvas. The website opened on January 31, 2011, and features digitally modified images uploaded by users who are required to self-identify using Facebook Connect. In April 2010, Poole gave evidence in the trial United States of America v.
Identity References. 4chan. 4chan is an English-language imageboard website.
Users generally post anonymously, with the most recent posts appearing above the rest. 4chan is split into various boards with their own specific content and guidelines. Registration is not required, nor is it possible (except for staff). Launched on October 1, 2003, its boards were originally used for the posting of pictures and discussion of manga and anime, as the site was modelled on Japanese imageboards.
The site quickly became popular and expanded, though much of 4chan's content still features otaku, anime and other Japanese cultural influences. The site has been linked to Internet subcultures and activism, most notably Project Chanology. 4chan users have been responsible for the formation or popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, Rickrolling, "Chocolate Rain", Pedobear and many others. Background 4chan has been the target of occasional denial of service attacks. Gamergate controversy.
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For the type of ant, see Gamergate. For the online video game store, see GamersGate. Gamergate (sometimes referred to as GamerGate or as a hashtag #gamergate) is a controversy in video game culture which began in August 2014 and occurred primarily over social media. It concerns ingrained issues of sexism and misogyny in the gaming community, and journalistic ethics in the online gaming press, particularly conflicts of interest between video game journalists and developers. Background As video game production developed into a burgeoning industry, games became an increasingly consumer-oriented product focused on appealing to gamers with satisfying solitary experiences.
Celebrity 4chan shock naked picture scandal: Full list of star victims preyed upon by hackers. In August of this year, up to 200 intimate images of various celebrities, mostly women, were posed on image sharing site 4chan.
The images, which are believed to have been hacked from Apple’s iCloud, were later spread via numerous social media sites including Twitter and Reddit. The mass breach of privacy, now known as The Fappening, has involved some of the biggest celebrities around, most notably Jennifer Lawrence. As more and more famous faces continue to be implicated, we take a look at all those involved so far. 1. Jennifer Lawrence Oscar-winning Jennifer Lawrence has been the most prominent victim of the scandal so far.
It’s thought around 60 images, as well as a video, featuring the actress were leaked via 4chan. A spokesperson for Jennifer confirmed their authenticity but the she is yet to speak publicly about it. Dominique Charriau/WireImage 2. Following Jennifer, model Kate confirmed images leaked were indeed of herself. FameFlynet 3. Getty 4. 5. 6. Instagram 7.