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Our Memes Are Trying to Kill Us

It’s time to reflect on what we’re willing to do to join the online conversation

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OOnline and offline culture have permeated one another. Whatever happens within our online networks now spills into our physical spaces, more frequently than ever. One of the most evident examples of this convergence has been our memes.




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Matt Klein

Matt Klein

Cultural Theorist + CyberPsychologist + Strategist. Trends Lead at Reddit. Newsletter analyzing the overlooked:

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