384. Memes, manifestos and 4chan — making sense of a toxic online culture

Dale Beran first heard about 4chan around 2005, when he began seeing referrals from the website to a first-generation web comic he was working on. Later, he encountered some of the people behind 4chan at the Otakon anime convention in his hometown of Baltimore. “Back then, they were talking about stuff like ‘memes’ and “trolling … Continue reading 384. Memes, manifestos and 4chan — making sense of a toxic online culture