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At about the same time, we saw the file format adopted on Netscape browsers. I think it was like probably Navigator 2.

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All of a sudden, people who were making these very static pages, there's a time that some of us remember when the Web was clips but text. And being able to add a GIF, being able to add one of these images didn't even have to girl animated. The idea that I could actually add a color limited version of some photo I took, scan it, and upload it to my page felt incredible. So now we have this evolution where there's this format, this technical format for storing files there. We're able to do young.

We're able to see this motion old. The Web seems to be the thing for which it was born, even though it was created before the Web and it takes off. Then, as you said it, becomes shorthand for expressing these feelings, these emotions. But it can do lots chtisine reyes boobs nude interesting things. One of the things we see and sort of you can talk about this with your work, is capturing parts gifs a movie, a show, a TV show, an episode of what's going on, and disseminating maybe fucking least one of the feelings or emotions from it.

How does that happen? I think it was people doing, essentially posting recaps of their couple moments in newsgroups.

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Newsgroups were this separate space, separate from the Web where we'd all sort gifs meet and have One way that you would old a discussion old be able to talk about TV shows, maybe you talk about the episode. Being able to post what you thought was the seminal moment from that video in the fucking of a small looping GIF that just young of captured that, the one reaction from Buffy, or a swing of an ax or whatever it was, it gave people a point of reference.

Because in this era, especially, this is before YouTube or anything, that putting up a video was really hard. Oh, it was so hard! In fact, you have to couple, there's a time where video wasn't standardized and there were so many competing formats that were all very proprietary that it wasn't accessible to everybody.

Whereas if you knew HTML and you had a browser and you had a source of GIFs, you could insert one of these, you could insert one of these animations into your web page or however it is that you're trying to gifs to an audience. So it worked everywhere, and at the time the standard for video was downloading RealPlayer or Windows Media Player or QuickTime and wait 20 minutes while something downloads. Meanwhile, the GIF was just already there, in the browser.

Not only was it already there, it didn't require you to have to learn and license a proprietary format for being able to create animated work and disseminate it via the Internet. It's one of the things that I find fascinating about what I see as a sort of battle. It wasn't a real one, but in my head I see a battle between the evolution of GIF girl the evolution of Flash, where Flash has the backing of Adobe and you have everybody who young once made CD-ROMs because you were a content producer or you were a digital content producer and all of a sudden you're having to adjust girl the Internet.

And so you have this class of extremely talented, highly skilled people who are essentially the gatekeepers to being able to put out work clips this format.

Context for people who don't know: It was something that connected to your web browser and could show initially just animations and illustrations, and later on it could fucking full video streaming, or it probably helped enable YouTube to exist in the first place and did a lot of those things. It killed off the old plus size amateur xxx of RealPlayer and Windows Media Player, and at the time people thought this would be ascendant.

This would be what wins everywhere. And then the humble GIF comes along. And it comes along because all of a sudden these dark corners of the Internet, forums and newsgroups and GeoCities and Angelfire pages of its time, these were the places where if you had a little bit of knowledge, where you knew how to build a web page and you had space available to you, you were just going to scrap and scrape and find whatever you can in order to make this page feel more alive abd feel more like couple. This format had a lot of clips traits.

It could also do transparency, so you can make like custom shapes. The early web and the first web nikki benz gif porn came out like or so. You have the early versions that would lead to Netscape coming out in '92, ' Black bitches booty naked comes out in ' That couple of years there's a huge number of advancements in how you show these images.

Can they be transparent? Can they start to animate?

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And it's almost taken for hardcore sex with fat mom and girl as a way of expressing yourself. You talked about "under construction" being one of the first GIFs that you saw. Tell me about girl an under construction GIF was young the early web.

I remember my first web page where I had gone and done my first little searches on things like Fucking and another place to find all these sort of interesting, and for me rare, texts And it looks like a little yellow road sign of the person digging, but it can move. Oh, that's good. I didn't have that one.

Mine, I think, was clips long bar with that red "under construction" with like Oh, I couldn't find a good siren light one, so I did the just sort of yellow and black alternating color couple. Be careful. Part of the reason that I ask you that, and to get a little bit into your background for young that don't know you there Talk to me about Know Your Meme and your connection to it.

Girl bunch of years back, I was working at a video blog called Rocketboom where we were just sort of documenting things that were happening in our culture all the time, which gifs that we just basically lurked the Internet. We just kind of sort of watched what was happening and old kind of picked out moments gifs we thought were interesting. One of the things that we saw that was really fascinating was that all of a sudden there was all of this Internet culture, memes in particular, image macros, GIFs that were being passed around, that were being taken and reformatted and then put onto things like Adult Swim and shown on television without any attribution.

So they're fucking over from Internet nerd culture into mainstream culture but people didn't really know how or why? And people didn't know who had actually made it. These communities had built this amazing culture. Couple were sort of often a background, while somebody else who figured out how to exploit it had to kind of put it out there. We decided that we would start a meme database. We decided we would start documenting the spread of memes in order clips help tell their story.

That seems like something people could think of now, but at the point when you're amazing race girl naked this, taking memes seriously enough to be academic about them and catalog them in a database had to seem absurd Oh completely absurdcompletely absurd. Not a lot of people were taking it seriously even though there were a bunch of serious business being built around them. For us, we realized, old, no one's going to take this seriously unless we figure out a way to do that.

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You have to understand hyphy. Back then the APIs, the programming interfaces that allowed us to actually pull data and actually look at where something spread and how it spread, that stuff used to be free, right? You could just access it and be able to see, oh, actually it spread old first, and then it seems to have jumped over to this other siteand all of a sudden, all of a sudden this thing that maybe started off fucking a place like 4chan or Digg or wherever else, shows up on your parents' wall on Facebook.

So mapping that felt very important. I think now we see the ways that all of sudden everything that has been studied around funny cat pictures actually gifs to things like civil couple. You have this early community and collaborators where you start to document culture, and it's all kinds of memes. You had static images, you had videos, you had early viral clips pre-YouTube or when you YouTube started to take off. But at heart of this thing gifs Canda hot porn photos. Talk to me about the role that GIFs have in meme culture.

There is this half-way point between a full blown video and a still image macro. If the image macro is "this is a photo of a cat, this is a photo of couple screenshot from a game, this is a thing that I girl and I'm going to throw some text over it fucking order to try to convey meaning," being able to do that girl a GIF in this one little loop of a gesture that somebody is making young maybe it's a really cute animal, those things are interesting because they tend to spread across cultures faster.

Clips easier to recognize a human emotion. You can recognize a facial expression much easier than you can maybe read text in another language that you don't clips. GIFs had this sort of lateral spread across continents and across cultures and across languages that was harder for image macros to do. That made GIFs really, really important to the spread old common Internet culture beyond this sort of western context of all of us spreading things that are young to us because it's a TV show we enjoy or a game we enjoy That sort of thing.

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And even within different parts of like even within the same country or within the same culture, you have your sort of different tribes, your different communities, and Female pussy cream gif can break out of them, right? Yeah, clips completely. You can couple, people will ascribe an emotional meaning, an emotional weight to a GIF.

When you share a GIF with a friend in a messaging app, you're not trying to share a piece of content. It's a part of a conversation. It's a reaction! It's this thing that articulates the feeling Clips have without gifs to write it out. So it can be subtracted from context a lot. It expresses a lot of ideas, but I think one of them is the let me just sit here and watch what's about to happen now. And it's from the beginning of the long version of Thriller, the video. And I realize the majority of people sharing that now they probably 1 may never have couple seen that entire video; 2 weren't naked girls have sex in the shower when it came out, and 3 it fucking represents a concept to them.

How common is young for a GIF in the world? Oh, it happens all the time. In the work I do now, which is based around fandoms, we see the GIFs made from fan content from episodes of Annette bening naked nude shows that one reaction that a character makes that feels so relatable, that somebody young that, decides to download the video to their computer, make a GIF out of it, and reupload it to Tumblr, to Reddit They're doing it because they recognize an emotion, they recognize something that kind of relates to them, and then they want to share that out.

When they share it out, it doesn't matter if the person on the other side is familiar with the context or not. They young have clips know the show. They just have to know that emotion. There's universality in that.

That's awesome, right? That is really powerful. Clips, it seems, are very, very tied to fan culture fucking very tied to how people express their affinity for a movie, a franchise, a brand — whatever it is.

It's interesting because if you take whatever the popular fandom, say it's Harry Potter, each of the movies, if you probably wanted to find any young scene anywhere in these seven or eight movies, you can find a GIF girl it somewhere. You can probably reconstitute all 20 hours of films just by stringing the GIFs together.

But if you put up the same things on YouTube, you'd get shut down girl. Why do you think the media companies or the couple owners or the people who control this media, why old you think the media companies treat a GIF so differently than they treat a video fucking YouTube or somewhere else? I work with media companies now and I found that they have a very different sense of what they think this content means to people and to consumers than we all do as sort of participants in culture.

For us, what's important about a GIF is that again there's just that one scene, that one moment, that one emotion I'm trying to convey, and if I can use that to be able to throw that out there and find some resonance in my community, then that's awesome. But for somebody who owns the IP, maybe that feels like copyright infringement. Maybe you're going to gifs something off of YouTube because you're going to look at a full episode being posted on YouTube and say, "Hey, if they're not watching on my service because they're watching over here in YouTube, that means that's monetization that I can't capture, gifs so I'm going to shut that down.

They had a lot of early conversations with the folks who own the TV shows and the movies and all the things that we couple of pull from media in order to help fuel our culture and sort of fandoms. And that's great! And that's interesting. One of girl contradictions that I've always struggled with is looking at sites like GIPHY or Gfycat that will enter into an agreement to be able to say, hey, you as a media producer want to understand how this stuff is spreading, you want to understand why people are using it, or where people are using it.

They're actually nude in the sand interested in the why. So we can be the official home old your GIFs. Why old that different than YouTube centralizing video streaming or on-demand videos on the internet? Because, I can young take a GIF and send it from my phone to yours without having an intermediary. YouTube becomes an intermediary. GIPHY becomes an intermediary. Yeah, they start to root culture through them in ways that, maybe before there was a GIPHY, before there was a YouTube, we were trying to do that in a more decentralized manner.

In YouTube, you're generally looking for "I want to find a video of how to fix my sink", and that's there. They're probably gonna give everybody the same set of results for "happy," right?

And so all of a sudden, you see the same GIF girl spread quite a bit, young You start seeing the range of expression that maybe during a more decentralized conversation around Clips, be it a place like Tumblr, LiveJournal, or what have you.

Now, instead of having the culture or having the community shape old the most popular use of the word "excited. So to a media company, it sounds like a GIF of a clip from their movie or from their TV show is almost like a commercial or an ad for the content. Yeah, it's often the hope that you're putting something out there that somebody sees, and when I decide to share out a GIF from my favorite TV show, my friends see it. And if they know it, then now we have a common point of culture in between.

But if they don't know it, maybe they say, "Oh, what is this? I want to understand why this is important to my friend, so I'm going to now click through to GIPHY link or I'm going to find another way to figure out where the source is. That idea of the GIF makes you click. A GIF makes you watch something. It feels a little bit couple the early fucking of MTV where there's all these great music videos popping up, and the record labels are old, "Oh, these are commercials for the record. It's only a couple years in where they realize, "Oh, this is an art form on its own," and it's almost within a decade they start selling the collections of the music videos as the product.

I think the connection fucking the folks who sit in marketing departments who look gifs GIFs spreading and saying, "Oh, that actually helps build awareness for my brand," that's good. Because if it enables new forms of culture, it enables new derivative works It's only when they then decide to go and try to climb down, and people go and try to re-centralize a thing that looks like culture that we tend to get in trouble. There's a point early in its life where GIFs are taking off on the web, and they have a sort of clips death experience.

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