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How Omegle made a quarantine comeback

Come for the masturbating strangers, stay for a moment of meaningful connection in a lonely, isolated world
Kate Fowler
8.21.20
Music

Meet chelmico, the best friends making fun and frenetic Japanese hip-hop

Rachel and Mamiko have ascended from internet notoriety to major label rap entities in their home country. Here, they unpack how the pandemic has changed their practise.
Hiroyoshi Tomite
7.22.20
News

What if we kissed.... on The Sims reality TV show?

And won 100,000 simoleons.
Roisin Lanigan
7.9.20
Music

Exploring Bardcore: YouTube’s obsession with medieval covers of Lady Gaga

“I want thy love and all thy lover’s revenge. Thee and me could write a bad romance.”
Elmira Tanatarova
6.23.20
Culture

The anonymous Korean vloggers creating the most meditative content on YouTube

This community of vloggers in South Korea has transformed being an introvert into an aesthetic experience.
Hannah Weiss
6.16.20
News

David Lynch just re-released an eerie 2002 web series on YouTube

Don't forget to like and subscribe girlies.
Roisin Lanigan
6.10.20
Culture

Watch Tingle Monsters, the first ASMR horror film

The short by Alexandra Serio is a terrifying commentary on online harassment.
Erica Euse
5.20.20
News

BTS, the Obamas and Gaga will speak at Class of 2020's digital graduation

Honestly, what a line-up.
Douglas Greenwood
5.6.20
Culture

How YouTubers are fighting the stigma around dissociative identity disorder

While some of their viewers may be seeking sensational content, the community of vloggers with DID -- or multiple personalities -- are helping support each other and raise awareness around the rare condition.
Amber Bryce
5.1.20
Culture

How the Bon Appétit fandom became the most wholesome group on the internet

Let’s get into just what makes the Test Kitchen’s YouTube channel such an inviting place to be right now.
Jenna Mahale
4.22.20
News

Watch the new Coachella documentary for free right here

YouTube is bringing good music and California sun direct to your living room. You’re welcome.
Douglas Greenwood
4.15.20
Culture

How strippers are telling their own stories on YouTube

A new community of vlogging strippers are helping normalise their industry, humanise themselves and their fellow dancers, and show the truth about everyday life when you happen to take your clothes off for a living.
Kate Fowler
3.24.20
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