The YouTube videos that shaped pop culture as we know it
Put yourself in 2005. It was an innocent time: the internet was young and terms like viral and meme werent yet intrinsic to our internet hivemind. A new website calledYouTube had just been registered by three friends Jawed Karim, Chad Hurley, and Steve Chen,marketing itself as a video sharing platform. (...)
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