Back in the 1980s, Wilhite worked at CompuServe and created the Graphics Interchange Format, which became a major social media tool.
We're lucky enough to live in a post-industrialized world, where we can pop down to the store to pick up a few groceries without thinking twice. But thanks in large part to the Internet, we can now marvel at all the intricate production processes that happen around the world every day.
The California senator responded to Vice President Mike Pence with all the looks.
Germs can spread a lot further than passengers might realize.
A White House official is reportedly claiming the former first lady and secretary of state "purposely lost the 2016 election with the aid of Russian hacking."
If looks could kill, we'd be looking for a new president right now.
As the 2020 presidential election approaches, candidates and voters alike are creating and sharing even more political internet memes.
Looks like a lot of people just want an edit button.
Pop culture is folding in on itself.
Let Elmo on Fire be the reaction to all your "ahhh" moments at work.