Doug Rickard trawled through thousands of hours worth of amateur Youtube footage for his new project, N.A.
A food blogger runs into some difficulties while reviewing a bag of chips during a live stream on Youtube in this week's PLEASE LOOK AT ME comic.
The latest in the "dancing baby" lawsuit.
Tai Lopez became the most hated guy on YouTube after a video ad ("here in my garage") for his self-help service went viral. I pushed past the Lamborghinis and the "67 Steps Program to the Good Life" to see who Tai Lopez really is.
Ever wanted to see the intro to 'True Detective' made using the Rockstar Editor? It's your lucky day.
Ice Cube responds to some of the YouTube comments left on NWA's "Straight Outta Compton" music video.
Instead of covering scars up with long sleeves, some choose to reclaim their scars or repurpose them into tattoos.
An Australian YouTuber filmmaking duo outdid themselves with a gory tribute to the fighting game.
We spoke with new internet celebrity svantana about his viral remix, the "Mom's Spaghetti" cut of Eminem, and his next project, an "EDM" version of Aqua's 1997 hit "Barbie Girl."
The folks at Google say they've "made a few choices that, in hindsight, we've needed to rethink."
Our in-house Seinfeld historian @Seinfeld2000 looks back at Jerry Seinfeld and Donald Trump's historic verbal sparring match.
I am a hundred years old, I am a thousand years old, I am dead and Oh My Vlog! has killed me.
Cell phones are prohibited at the 120-year-old prison, as is fighting, so there's an understandable amount of confusion and embarrassment surrounding the release of the footage on YouTube.
When women are caught being sexual on the internet, it's still up to them to find a way to control their own stories.
This is what happens when a marketing department turns to meme culture.
In this new comic by Julian Glander from his much lauded series PLEASE LOOK AT ME, a dog checks out some YouTube tutorials while the owner is away.
You might think he's a twat, but Felix Kjellberg's work brings pleasure, escape, laughs, and purpose to the lives of millions. What are you doing with your life?
You're never totally sure if you're laughing with or at Mr. Pregnant, and that's why he's totally brilliant.
"The Wolf of London Underground" shot to internet fame this morning after a video surfaced appearing to show him doing coke on the tube. But is it real?
Are they just doing their civic duty by drawing attention to drivers' bad behavior, or is their aggressive style counterproductive?
Stephen Payne is a 45-year-old guy from Canada who's become so famous for doing bong rips and dabs that he's sponsored by a weed company and has more than 90,000 YouTube subscribers.
In the latest Michael comic, Michael reviews a mass-produced anime product on YouTube.
I don't want to be the one to say this, but: This video of a large idiot bunny man not killing someone disproves the existence of God.
She is a supermodel and a starlit, as well as a rubber mask and deflated costume draped over a wheelchair.