Yahoo missing the point.

  wolfie3000 04:44 19 Feb 10
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Well I see Yahoo setting themselves up for trouble,
With what seems to be a website that people can post "memes" too.

click here

Already there are pictures and gifs on there showing adult content, racism, violence and references to pedophilia.

If you know the origins of memes then this isnt that surprising but for Yahoo to make a site about them is just asking for trouble.

Give it time and there will be a tidal wave of sick material posted on there.

Its funny that in the TOS they mention that none of the material should be offensive in any way but the whole idea of a meme is to be offensive, and or not limited by anything.

Maybe Yahoo saw the whole meme thing on the net and thought to themselves, hey all the cool kids are doing this meme thing lets make a site and hope it becomes popular,
This is so gonna backfire on them.

  Forum Editor 06:23 19 Feb 10

this is a self-fulfilling prophesy.

  morddwyd 09:21 19 Feb 10

Can somebody explain "memes"?

I've led a sheltered life!

I googled and Wiki came up with

"Memes can replicate vertically or horizontally within a single biological generation."

I think I've missed a bit.

  Awshum 09:29 19 Feb 10
  sunnystaines 09:35 19 Feb 10

its another blog with a new name

  morddwyd 10:30 19 Feb 10

Thanks

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