Conan Christopher O'Brien (born April 18, 1963) is an American television host, comedian, writer, producer, and voice actor. He is best known for hosting several late-night talk shows, the most recent of which, Conan, premiered on American cable television station TBS in 2010. TeamCoco.com is Conan's official website.
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Fail Blog is a comedic blog website created in January 2008. FAIL Blog features disastrous mishaps and general stupidity in photos and video which have captions such as "fail", "epic fail", "X Fail", or "X; You're doin' it wrong" (X being the activity at which the subject has failed). There are also multiple sites under the FAIL Blog brand, including Failbook (which features FAILs on Facebook), Ugliest Tattoos, and There, I Fixed It.
9GAG is an image-based social media website which is based around user-uploaded, comical images dubbed "Fun" and "le memes". The site had 2 billion monthly pageviews as of Dec 2011, according to co-founder Ray Chan, although this statement is undocumented. The website is mainly known for recurring use of internet memes. Similarly to websites like Digg and Reddit, users can vote and comment on images, with the newest and most popular appearing first.
Funny Or Die is a comedy video website that combines user-generated content with original, exclusive content. The site is a place where celebrities, established and up-and-coming comedians and regular users can all put up stuff they think is funny.
Cracked.com is a humor website, with over 300 million monthly page views. The site was founded in 2007 by Jack O’Brien and is currently a property under Demand Media. It grew in prominence after merging with another popular humor website, Pointless Waste of Time. It's content includes funny videos, pics, articles, and a whole bunch of other funny stuff. Cracked.com, celebrating 50 years of humor.
CollegeHumor Media, comprised of CollegeHumor.com, Jest.com, Dorkly.com, and several syndication partnerships, is a leading online entertainment company targeting a core audience of people ages 18-49. Founded by two high school friends, CollegeHumor Media delivers daily comedic content, including videos, pictures, articles and jokes, created and/or curated by the CollegeHumor staff. -College Humor "About" section.
Boing Boing is the web's favorite zine devoted to the weird, wonderful and wicked things to be found in technology and culture. Independent for nearly 25 years, it publishes a daily mix of short articles, long features, and video productions. The site's writers/editors are career journalists who have contributed to the New York Times, Washington Post, Wired, Scientific American, NPR, CNN, and many other news outlets. -BoingBoing's "About" Page.
Break is a humor website founded on 1998 featuring funny videos, flash games, and pictures among other funny material.
Focused on the odd, bizarre and strange things of our world, its daily articles and sections explore subjects from Science to Advertising and Technology; over 12 million pages are read at Oddee every month.
I Can Has Cheezburger? (ICHC for short) is the name of a weblog featuring lolcats, which are pictures of cats or other animals with captions, paired for humor value. It was created in 2007 by Eric Nakagawa (Cheezburger), a blogger from Hawaii and his friend, Kari Unebasami (Tofuburger). The website is one of the most popular internet sites displaying lolcats. It received as many as 1,500,000 hits per day in May 2007, and now receives 500,000 hits per day. ICHC was instrumental in bringing animal-based image macros and lolspeak into mainstream usage and making internet memes profitable.
XKCD is a webcomic created by Randall Munroe. Munroe mentions on the comic's website that the name of the comic is not an acronym but "just a word with no phonetic pronunciation". The subject matter of the comic varies from statements on life and love (some love strips are simply art with poetry) to mathematical and scientific in-jokes. Some strips feature simple humor or pop-culture references. Although it has a cast of stick figures, the comic occasionally features landscapes, intricate mathematical patterns such as fractals, intricate graphs and charts, or imitations of the style of other cartoonists.